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I P. rAULKNKR, Mamger tU ltt-offl- KnltrtH at at Btrea, A'y., m tmiut . tUut ID-votec- i The Citizen V to tile Interests of tlie Mountain People BEHEA, MADISON1 COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Vol. XIII. Flvo cents a copy, SEPTEMBER I t, 1011 Ono Dollar a year. No. 11 GOOD SHOES GOOD SERVICE Once you get an idea of DOUGLAS SHOES quality and service we confidently count on your return for more. DOUGLAS SHOES arc bptter because they are better made. There is polish and refinement to them. When a customer wants real character in his shoes it is a satisfaction to show him DOUGLAS SHOES. We have opened up our fall line and have them in all the newest styles. tlio first Impressions of a person or n place. When flrnt impressions nro also last impressions, ns they often are, it be- comes a more serious matter, even, One ought nlwavn to bo courteous and kind, for it is not possible to know who is observing making mentnl notes nor what the future has In store in tho way of associations and personal relations. Most positions are lost, if tlioy are lost, for reasons unknown to the applicant a first impression was bad; an unguarded moment registered its advorse effect. And whnt about tho first view wo get of n place a city or town? How inviting are tho City's Gates? Wo seo tho nnmo of a place on the map or we hear some mention mado of it. Then It is our lot to pnss thru it on tho train and we nro eager to seo what can be sebn. Tho train stops for n few moments and we gazo from tho windows, or, perchance, get out nnd walk up and down the platform. What greets us? A few ramshackle buildings, n long vista of weods nnd rubbish, n number of great glaring signs DUKE'S MIXTURE, PEKUNA, WINE OF CAKDUI, and the like nnd dirt, filth and dilapidation everywhere, even in nnd about tho station itself. Whnt impression do we carry away ? Why the placo has fixed its character indelible upon our minds. There are the things it stands for this is the way it advertises itself. Surely it should bo as wise as tho merchant put its best Hares in tho window. We pass on hoping Hint it will not Soon be our ill fortune to enter the place thus advertised. Does the shoe fit? Wo hope so, Weshould'nt object if it fits tight enough to pinch some corns. their Influence It Is hard to GATES forget first impressions. It is difficult to orereomo. THE CITY'S STUDENTS All students with $10.00 or more surplus money, are invited to bring it to the Berea Bank and Trust Company" for safe keeping. It is not safe to keep money in your rooms. All students with a Bank Account at home will find it much more convenient to transfer it to this bank while in school. We can not cash strangers' checks without identification. Besides it means cost and trouble for the bank to collect so many foreign checks. For further advice call at the bank. We are your friends and will welcome your acquaintance. Berea Bank & Trust Co. JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier. II OUR HAVING AND USING BRAINS Wo once knew a New Hntnpsire farmer who moved to Massachusetts and undertook to make a living by running a dairy nnd selling milk to n few families along the shore where President Taft now has his summer homo. This did not provo very remunerative and besides tho early hours of tho cold winter mornings demanded more than his constitution could endure. He was forced to try something else. Whnt should it bo? lie would raise cucumbers all the year long iu n hot house of his own construction. And he did it he was the first to do it. True, he had to raiso honeybees in tho hot house also, in order to fructify the plants, but all tho better both for him uud the bees. Aud when we knew him his and his cucumbers wero fortune was mnde. He had inauy'bpt-liouse- s boing shipped ns far west as St. Paul, Minnesota. That is what we would call having brains nnd making use of them. .' But wo don't expect evoryo'ne ,to do 'something new. There is plenty for most of us to do if wo will only do well what others have done nnd are doing what we know how to do or can easily learn how to do. As new lines of railroad pierce the mountains one would expect to see the farmers adjust their crfjps to the demand of the markets n fortune awaits the man who can supply the mining camp with green things. One would expect the hot house to appear, tho garden spot to be enlarged and tho com field to decrease in size. Will it be so? Xo. All will be abandoned for the bark and tie woods or tho lumber camp and the laststate of that farm, that county, will be worse thankthe first. s; R. R. COYLE r ' CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE PROGRESS AT LINCOLN INSTITUTE FIR8T l'AOB Editorial. News of Week. ' Ia Our Own State. Excursion to Lincoln Institute. Great Opening. Oklahoma Letter. SECONTTPAOE. Weekly Sermon. General News. Berea Excursionists Well Pleased with the Outlook for Fine School-Resolut- ions Expressing their An excursion party, inndo up ot colored residents ot Uorea, who contributed money to tho Berea College Adjustment fund that supplemented tho noble gift of Andrew Carnegie which made Lincoln Institute a cortaldty, left Berea depot enrouto on tho early train, Sept 1st, to Lincoln Farm In Shelby County, going, by way ot Winchester, Lexington and Frankfort, arriving at Lincoln Farm, about 12:30 In tho afternoon. Market. THIRD PAOE Tempo ranoo UtiTquo Note. Comer for Junior. Locals. Alplioiiefof Bible. FOURTH 1'AOE GREAT OPENING BIG FIFTH PAGE Intensive Farming. Winter Cover Crop. Seeding Wheat. Letters to tho Editor. SIXTH PAGE Continued Story. Sunday School Lesson. SEVENTH PAOE Llvo Stock. , Profit from Raising Oris Plant. For Farmer's Wife. EIGHTH PAGE Eastern Kentucky News. OKLAHOMA LETTER Mr. Luther Wilson formerly of Owsley County, writes ot his new homo. Enid Is only seventeen years old but It Is recognized nil over thu Ied Southwest as being tho cleanest, healthiest and moat attractive cltv In Oklahoma. Its cltlzeiiHhlii Is anywhere for brains, morals, energy and push. Enid Is In Garflold County and lies In tho very center of tho best agri- tho rvculturnl lands In city state. Tho chief Is the rplendld ot tho agricultural country surrounding It, Sevou years ago Enid was In u f trip ot land that tor ages had' been tho undisputed homo of the. red man and roaming buffalo. Now tho surrounding country Is highly cutttnt- and developed, almost every having a homo and bam; orch-- f ards of apple, ioach, apricot, plum and pear trees; vineyards ot small Is fruits In abuudanco. Tho soil of a" black, courso Bandy loam, exceedingly fertllo and productive, A Cuntlnuctl on fifth 1'igc After enjoying a sumptuous dinner, three and a half hours wero spent looking over the farm, taking note of tho nlno buildings being constructed, four of which are almost completed. Tho visitors wero much pleased to seo tho herds of llvo stock, consisting of Jersey and Short horn cattle, hogs mules and horses, and thu dairy, garden and poultry yard which, with few exceptions, wero found In first class condition. Mr. Burnett, tho farm supt, was not present, having been called to ono of tho adjoining counties to conduct a farmers' Institute. But those In charge ot affairs on thu farm, with tho aid of Dr. James Bond, who conducted tho excursion party, from Borea, and Prof. Ellis Soale, who Is doing most oxcellent work in surveying and mapping out, tho sewer, water and light plants, spared neither ttmo nor pains in showing thu about tho place. At flvo o'clock tho excursion party left Lincoln Farm for Slmpsonville, where tho train was boarded at C:07 in. for Uerea. So much pleasure was expressed at tho prospects of a great school, and tho enjoyment ot Boeing tho ground upon which it Is being no beautifully located, that tho entire party agreed to tho following resolutions: Whereas It Is tho purpose of tho promoters of tho Lincoln Institute to establish a great school In Kentucky for the moral, intellectual, and industrial uplift of tho colored youths, wo rccogulze, in all parts whorena ot our great State, the need ot tho influence ot just such an Institution lal-to- rs FALL TERM AT BEREA COLLEGE Tho arrival of groups ot students, coming in wagons, and on the cars by day and nlgbt, was an exciting feature. Tho North Carolina party filled two cars. In his opening address Pres, Frost congratulated both the old students returning and those coming for the first time. His three pieces of wore: Keep accounts accounts ot money and of one's own conduct; keep up your memories memories, of home, nnd all your highest purposes; and keep up .secret prayer depend on ad-vl- Tho Fall Term opened Wednesday morning In a rain which stopped tho usual Procession. Dut nearly &00 students had boen enrolled tho preceding day, and tho reglsration went merrily on. Tho "Jam Social" Tuesday night was unusually brilliant, with Baad Music, Moving pictures, hand shading, and addresses by Mlsa Taulbeo of tho Y. W. C. A., Mr. Dick of tho Christian Endeavor, and Mr. Davison of tho Y. M. C. A. Tho Increase of students led to some mistakes and delays in tho delivery of baggage, but all wore boxno with patience and in fact forgotten In the pleasure ot tho newly furnished buildings and general fine appcaranco of school surroundings. It now looks as though tho tall attendance would bo almost that of a winter term. incon-vcnloncl- es God. The lncreaso of attendance seems to bo pretty evenly distributed thru tho various departments ot the Institution. Rooms are being held for many students who could not be hero the first day, and new ones will bo arriving for a week or more. as that hoped tor In tho promotion of pects of so great an institution. Signed: Lincoln Institute, and whereas wo Geo. W. Reynolds and wife. believe that tho site ot Lincoln InstiRichard Rodes and wife, tute will enable It to do tho greatest R. U. Doe and wife, good for tho greatest number of tho R. H. Royston and wife, colored youth, Mrs, Nellie Tevls and daughter. Resolved, first, that wo favor Its Horace Yates, location and are well pleased with Ulshop Ballard. its outlook. Schuyler Drowning, Resolved, second, that we advlso Raymond Carter, and encourage all, who have not paid Mrs. Harrison Keunedy, their pledges to this enterprise, to Melissa Ballard, do so, as promptly as they are able. Ada Stlgall, Mrs. Ellso Moran. Resolved, third, that wo extend u to Rov. A. E. Thomvoto ot thanks Heretofore the "owner" set the son, Dr. James Bond, Pres. Frost, firiceon lots InBerea. Saturday, Sept. will have tho opportunity of Prof. Ellis Scale, aud all parties con- getting one at your own price.' Will cerned In securing to us the pros you gat It? State Fair Opens The New High Hughes Mentioned for- President-Th- ird Governors' Conference '' Bridge Slayers of Heath and Beat-t- y MalneStays Dry Fastest'Trotter In on Trial A Righteous Protest. , the World The Mall by Aeroplane Beattie Convicted. STATE FAIR OPENS Tho State Fair opened in Louisville, HUGHES FOR PRESIDENT Mondny. Tho first day was called It Is known that tho Progressives School Children's day. Acting Gov. In tho Republican party aro not at Cox, who was Introduced by tho presi- all friendly to tho renomlnation nf dent of tho fair, Commissioner of Agri- Pres. Taft and It has been claimed culture Rankin, delivered the open- that an effort would be made to deing address. The first day's attend-nnc- o feat hlra In tho convention with Senwas good nnd tho prospects aro ator LaFollette, but now It Is reporttine for the greatest fair in tho Btato'a ed thnt LaFollette will withdraw in history. favor of former Governor, ,nqw JusNEW HIGH BRIDGE tice, Hughes. Tho new high brldgo over tho KenTROTTING RECORD BROKEN tucky River, built by" tho Queen and The world's trotting record was Crescent railroad, was opened for trnf- - broken nt tho New York Stato fair, llc, Monday. This Is said to bo tho Monday, by Billy Burke. Tho tiuia highest bridge over any navigable for the three heats respectively, wa? stream in America, being 308 fect 2:04Vi, 2:01 nnd 2:01. abovo low water. Tho brldgo cost AERIAL POSTAL SERVICE $1,250,000. It is 1,230 feet long. Tho aeroplane was first used for ELLIS AND HELTON TRIAL regularly carrying the malls, last SatThe trial ot Ellis and Helton, urday, in England. The service was Indicted at Somerset for the killing only between Hendon and Windsor , of a Magistrate and Constable at Burn-sld- o and was arranged to commeinorato a few weeks ago, was called, tho coronation, only special postcards Monday. Tho regular jury pannels and envelopes being- - carried. were oxhausted without getting a GOVERNORS' CONFERENCE slnglo Juryman, and tho Judge orderThe, Governors' Conference Is in ed tho sheriff to summon 100 mi" session this week in Spring Lake, from Lincoln County. Feeling seems N'. J. Many questions ot importance to bo high against tho prisoners. will come up for discussion, chif A RIGHTEOUS PROTEST among which will bo tho matter ot Tho W. C.T. U.of Louisville is tak- securing uniformity of laws among ing energetic steps to prevent tho ap the States especially uniformity of pearance of Beulah Blnford, so shame divorce laws. It is stated that tlie lessly brought before tho public in latter will bo ono of Pres. Taft'a connection with the recent murder of themes on his great speaking tour Mrs. Honry C. Beattle by her husband which ho enters upon tomorrow. on tho stage in Louisville, and also BEATTIE GUILTY to prevent tho use of moving picHenry C. Beattie, Indicted for the tures in which she figures. It Is un murder of his wlfo near Richmond, indictment of the moral conditions Va., a few weeks ago, was convicted in our cities that such a thing could last Friday and sentenced to die in bo suggested. tho Electric Chnlr. Tho crlmo was a peculiarly brutal and revolting nna COLLEGE DAIRY ALL RIGHT and such as to make us despair of our civilization but for tho prayers The College is very vigilant in proof tho twelve truo men who ro.w viding good board for its students, from their knees aud quickly wrota and Is expending a good deal for its tho vordlct of doath. It la good that flno new dairy barn. To make everyfor once not even riches can proteet thing doubly safe tho Government ex- a fiend who decoys his wlfo, (the ports wero called upon to test tho mother of his five weeks old babe, cattlo for any possible cases of tuber- away to her death in order to gain cows and young a freedom for his lust with a woman culosis. Forty-fou- r animals wero tctted, and not a sln- ot the street which ho had long beglo caso of tubreculosts found. Tha fore exercised. following letter camo to Mr. Taylor: A BLOW TO TEMPERANCE Lexington, Ky., Sept. 2, '11. Maine, held up by temperance orMr. H. E. Taylor, ators for so long as an example of Boroa, Ky. n stato where prohibition prohibits, Dear Sir: and by tho advocates of the saloon I am enclosing to you report of as an illustration ot the uselessness our test on your cattle, finished Aug". of prohibitory laws, has settled tho 29th. I am pleased to find that nono question by voting prohibition out ot ot tho cattlo havo reacted. Wo con- tho constitution by a very small . gratulate you upon this condition of majority according to latest returns. your herd and hopo that in your new Later. The Drys won by a very quarters ydu will maintain tho same small majority. freedom from disease. "Young man own a spot of ground Yours very truly, T. R. Bryant. somewhere." Andrew Carnegie. -- J! STATE NEWS OFJP WEEK Weight Price' Quality is a is a is a Difference Difference Difference WELCH'S Combin(i'Jthe: three und yoiTjiave ' : the meaning of and "Save the Difference" lJe Two rHE CITIZEN CLASH September 14, 1911 MATCH FOURTEEN LIVES LOST Gasoline on Schooner Explodes and Crew and Craft Go to the Bottom. The Citizen A family newspaper for all that la right ON' TREATY! ANOTHER GtfEAT WRESTLING true ir.d Interettlng. "ubllthul rery Thursday a Bonn. Ky (Incorporated) BEREA PUBLISHING CO. J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. AND COLONEL ARE PRESIDENT FAR APART ON ARBITRATION COMPACT. Subscription Rate PAYABLE IK ADVANCE. On year , , r.A Aiunuii Trms Month! ... ..tJ.M TAFT URGES ITS ADOPTION .. M 1 V1 J" V I. , ' t ... if. Hartford, Conn. President Taft In an address bero scored tbo majority of the senate foreign relations com uw mittee for Its "narrow view" In regard w to the senate's power to make treaties I and defend tbo pence pacts now pend- - I Ing before that body. Simultaneously there was mndo pub lic In New York an article by Cot. Theodore Roosevelt In the Outlook characterizing these conventions silly Impractical; protesting and MEMBER Or against the binding of the United States to arbitrate questions of nation al honor, declaring that the American people would not observe such an agreement and that advocacy of It, therefore, waa hypocrisy. He declares there are certain things in the proposed agreement that the chicaoo tvsNma rorr. EBKt 1 U CUT PRSSS ASSOCIATION United States never would attempt to recognize tho document Is Europe without a war acare on tti constructedand that so loosely that it never bands would be unhappy. PONTIFF HAS RELAPSE could bo determined Juit what certain BEATTIE MUST DIE parts of tt meant Why becomo excited If you do not President Taft endeavored to show linppen to own any sheep? VATICAN CIRCLES ALARMED OVER the benefits that would accrue .to the high contracting parties from com VIRGINIAN CONVICTED OF MUR CONDITION OF POPC Possibly you wouldn't like to be the plete arbitration and the support DER AFTER JURY DELIBERATtee man If you had to carry the Ice. which his movement was receiving ED FOR 59 MINUTES. Authoritatively Stated His Hollneaa la from peace societies and commercial Mark Twain's cstato foots up near- - oreanlintlnnn Suffering From Uraemlc Poisonjy naif a million. Evidently tie wasn t ing In Addition to Gout. Perhaps the most slgnlflcent part of nWI Y UnDC MfM IC ADDC1I Joking for nothing. "I call vour attention to the unfor Rome. Tbcro Is great uneasiness And now the lair ladles have taken tunate conseouences. not only to our-ln Vatican circles over the condition e ek.u u. " ui uiiut i.i.o wo-- 1 seives nut to me wnoie civuizea tlon When Judge Denies New Trial of the pope, his holiness having suf' lashes. False woman! world, not onlr for Jndav. but for aces and Sentences Him to Death on forcd another relapse. So serious is to come. If the final adoption of this his condition that Professor Msrchla November 24. Indiana farmers break Into print reasoning by the senate committee la fava has been asked to resume bis D7 predicting an early winter. Kusn- - to prevail. dally visits. ing the season, as It were. "Steadily throughout the world the While It Is announced that the re Chesterfield Courthouse, Va. Henry burden of the creation of armies and clay Beattlc. Jr.. was convicted of the lapse la duo merely to a recurrence I Women are displacing men tn all fleets has grown heavier and heavier, murder of his younc wlfo. Louise of the gouty symptoms that so great walks of life. Ono ot them has been steadily tra competition has grown Owen Deattle, on tbo Midlothian turn- - ly annoyed the pontiff and caused him Kiuea in an aeroplane nignt. more fierce that is crushing me lire pike on the night of July 18 last, and extreme pain two or three weeks ago, I and the hopes of the people. unless a hlcher court than that In It has been learned from an undoubted Tho eastern woman who died and "Hut steadily, too. and of late even which be was tried Intervenes ba authority that In addition to the gout left ten sets of teeth evidently was more rapidly, has grown tho hope must die In the electric chair In the the nope is suffering from conse well equipped to chew the rag. that an escape from these burdens may pentltentlary at Richmond on Novem- - quent uraemlc poisoning. be found, that tn some measure at ji. The first Indication ot tbo relapse A new ocean liner Is to be called least the peaceful methods of settling jnit one ballot of the lurr was re came Wednesday when the pope ccm Ibe Gigantic, and In this case no disputes among Individual men may quired to seal Deattle's doom. The plained for the first time tn nearly two doubt there will be something In a obtain among nations, in some meaa- - jurors retired for tbetr deliberations at weeks ot severe pains In his right , uame. uro. I say. let us not be too extrava- - k.-nvwir Th nffirial rprrflrt was knee. Professor Petaccl was Instant leant In our dreams and our prophe- - handed In at 6:43. although at 6:29 tf summoned and to his surprlso Now comes a learned scientist and cles, and yot who can say what the .ho. uror. entered the courtroom and found tbo knee greatly swollen. This proposes mat me snaKe snail De sun-- , ena of sucn a movement may Dei handed tn a verdict of "guilty as condition, tn conjunction with the ad "Now, wherever good men and worn-- 1 charged In tho Indictment" stltuted for the cat as the household vanced age ot the pontiff and his mouser. en tne world over are looking ana did not satisfy Prosecutor debilitated condition, are regarded ln Thl praying for the dawn of this great day wendenhor. who demanded that the a very serious Itgbt by the papal Doctors tell ua that the old oaken of peace, thalr eyes turn first with ho stwclflcallr fixed. The next archlatra, who at once requested bis nuclei is unsanitary, but it strikes us I nope ana connaence to me great re- - rerdlct was "guilty ot murder In the collegue. Professor Marchlafava. to " mat our loreiatcera were neaitny inai- - pumic oi tne west, to me iana wnoie den-eresume his dally visits. ideals are of peace and justice, inaus- viduals. The pope's slstera and niece, who h.ard th verdict without a try and freedom, to the land which at ii. taenA the twelve men dl- - were enjoying a holiday at Frascatl, The hobble skirt Is to go. which more than any other has used the ,h. ,.,,. f th clerk, and looked In the Alban Hills, have returned hur will be a loss to the contemporary peaceful method of arbitration for the rP(.ti i.n .na eves of those who riedly to Rome. - settlement of Its difficulties with other wouj return his glance. The court-clet- y humorists but a decided gain to sonations. at large. .howed tho nervous, tense strain MAY COLLECT 1 CENT A MILE "in mis great movement we are mo UJjder whcn eTerTDody has been la- A Chicago traction road ha award- - hope of the world. These hopes by v. th rmwrf bendlne Those Who Pay Three Centa In Mln- ed a gold medal to a polite conductor, the proposed narrow construction of forwara al th0 'foreman of the Jury nesota Are Advised to Get aucn a rarity in Chicago certainly me senate s power to mane a treaty ipok8 the fatal words. Receipts. are now to strike down. To the nnmiiar merited some recosnltlon. A n.,t it men una wuiucn wuo r ruKBm.K bur.t of appr0VRl camo frm the apec- Minneapolis, Minn. When you pay A Western otl man has lost his wife and longing we say, 'Look not to us for .., nnrt j.-- ,, wton was com- - three cents a mile on Minnesota rail leadership. We cannot even follow peued' to rap for order. neatUe rested roads, get a receipt It you don't get In New York for the second time. "For remember If the senate canno on h,. r, ht hand( wh,ch ieemed a receipt, keep an account of the Always thought opportunity was sup ... . . th. now bind us to abide the Judgment of posed to knock only once. ln front of hlm Hl. transaction. . an arbitral court as to whether a . .. . nn hi hln in an nine Should Minnesota win In Its flgbt In The Denver man who has an och- - huet,on Is Justiciable It can n'veJ attitude of defiance. Not a trace of the Supremo Court to enforce the two-ceoidq us. anu u me eeuoie caunui uiim . .- -,. r,m, n h i nc i.M .h.r. m. rate, every passenger who paid - ""v. c . v.i.i ... ""u n,i. features. three cents a mile while the cases Leld forth also has an aching void In UD" lu u""uu co""u'1 Peace - Iovlne People Is forever tncapa- the vicinity of bis pocketbook. TJo p. of h,g father trembledi Bnd were pending can recover the extra : the old man settled back a. far a. he one cent. :1 This Is New York 1. going to keep a card "IT.. 'Zu.ZZ.n """.m could Into ht. chair, counsel, Harry N. Young and the opinion ofare Attorneys O'Drlen, who handling Index of tho drunkards, which ahows A,""' Deattle'a senior ". Smith, asked that the verdict be set the railway litigation for the state. that the bigness of an undertaking M nntrarv tn tha law and evl- - and ot the members of tho railroad doesn't daunt little old New York. PREDICTS MASSACRE OF JEWS dence. The Judge refused to grant and warehouso commission. this motion, which was, however, a It la to be Illegal In New Jersey for women to wear birds on tbelr bats. "Mad Monk of Tsarltayn" Causes a mere formality to pave tho way for DEER HALT FIRE FIGHTERS Panic Among Russian the appeal which Is to come to the The women will doubtless be able People. higher courts. to find something equally expensive. Driven From Forests, They Obstruct Then Attorney Smith made an ap Parties Going to Bat Tsarltsyn. Russia. Hellodorus, the peal for a stay ot sentence. Again be The Insect that bit a SL Louis tie Flames. pub-- failed. Judge Watson ruling that he monk of Tsarltsyn." 'mad clergyman and stopped a wedding 'UIVl-Tn llcly declared that attacks upon thought sentence should be pro-San Francisco. Forest fires which wanted to show that bis sting " Intelligent nounced Immediately, and thereupon for three days have been eat .1110 -- ...I ,r TU.iu.in, I nmn In tn To lm .1,1. tnA Ilia I.. I. w .1.1. was more effective than Cupid's dart Jews and the Russian it iiuiumuH uuu iBf0u oui,.o. JIUJ5 .... t newer hnbt nn vmm class: would be begun after the hold- - sentenced Deattle to death, setting the ing tbelr way across some of Good to choice packers and butchers .... h.,in.. t,., .n . --, congress of the date as November 24. Tbo Judge, how valuable ranges In northern California, A Tacoma man on a bicycle won a Ing ot the forthcoming t7.60a7.S5, mixed packers 7.35a7.S0, l.e'hos made a mistake. o race with a wild cat, but he cannot Dlack Hundreds. The declaration of ever, gave tho defense a ray ot hope have reached the outskirts of Novato, rnmmnn in rhnlrA hnuvv fnf mnxvm I he thinks . . . ' . ... the parish priest, whose fantastic by announcing, over the protest ot 11 mils north of here. Ten miles of hope to compete with the French avi4a6.50, pigs (110 lbs and less) 3 ho Krow. heartily wearv of that n,t methods have startled the whole Vol- - Prosecutor Wendenberg, that be would country have been buraed. ' ator who won a battle with an eagle. ga region, has caused an Impression UliMrn nfl.CO, tl 4K . s tl.no th - nka tin la rut nut' tnr thn grant a stay of execution ot the sen Five hundred men are battling with . ... tnr.n.isir. i ..mi,.i.. I - nni .na llriri -from nna thlnt. in I... .... ".wo waiiu i In this city. Talk of a tenco for ninety days. the flames. Deer, driven from the hill- to choice ...a. . t MM' Squirrels are busy destroying the ot other, and makes a success of none, "Well, tt look as If It was all up. sides, crowded the country roads, ob- $0.75. Kansas corn crop. Don't blame the probable massacre of Jews Is current He lacks perseverance, the power to Henry." said a reporter to Deattle structing automobiles carrying Are Cincinnati Mlscellaneoua. squirrels. If they were not destroy at the bazaars. shortly after the Jury had rendered Its fighters. Ing the crop something else would be Poultry Hens 10Hc, spring chick hold on." It Is an excellent thing for a youth, P CK ROUTE verdict F doing so. 13c, 10c, ens turkeys days aro over, asto soon as his school ducks have to depend to "Oh. no. It's not I nave a gooa snow THREE KILLED BY TROLLEY 17c, ge.-s-o 6a8c. Egga Prime firsts a great extent upon fighting, returned his own eier. Pennsylvania has a book agent one Pathfinders for Great Highway Are 7'U and 1 in still smiling. uuticr-uroam- ory ji',,c. tlons. President Garfield once said the prisoner, still Scouting From Florida to hundred years old. Undoubtedly be Is Hungarians 8tand on Track and Fall ziftc.nrsis extra z.ttc, nrsts zic. dairy, fancy "In nlno llmon nut nf tn th. tsoaf Chicago. tough enough now to stand all the to Sea Approaching Gary Officials Held for Bribery. o a young alleged witticisms that will be printed Car. - uu 7 , ,: uToiBome man Is to bo tossed overboard and Nashville, Tenn. Pathfinders from Gary. Ind. Charged with accepting about Mm. Three unidenti " I U Detroit. Mich. cIcr'-'V- ew i VltllU compelled to sink or swim for him- nnrT0' Pensacola, Fla., who are scouting to a bribe of $5,000 In connection with fied Hungarians were killed and 2SaS0c; a fcW,a- "If. In all my acquaintance, never the granting of a heating franchise, another was seriously Injured by an 40c doz. Honey lin'to,, n Mary MacLsne. silent In a literary establish a route for a Lem man i. :VC Onion- s- worth saving,"to be drowned who was gulf highway, arrived hero. Tbelr Thomas E. Knotts, mayor of Gary. Interurban trolley car near Ecorse, a ohb California, J3a3.C0. tense for nine years, says confidential-ly.'Tak- e next stop will be In Howling Green, was arrested with five ot his ctNincIl' suburb of Detroit Tbo men were Homo grown wuito J2.60a3 bbl. Of It from mo," In giving an Thn third requisite to success Is expect to reach Chicago by Sep-- men, and C. A. Wllllston. city engl standing on the track and apparently angeBx4.26U4.00 box. Potatoe- s- purity. "He that hath clean hand Tula phrase Is not coun- They neer, by deputy sheriffs, failed to notlca tbe car, tember 11. $1.10al.3G bu. Eastern, tenanced even ln the discerning use hall wax stronger and stronger." of slang. This Is tho outward and practical Bryan and Rooievelt Meet. Many Die In Theater Craah, Tennessee Gets Murder Trial. Intsrurbans In Fatal Crash. sldo of piety. Let the prayer of t'ia New York. Politicians were greatly Frankfort, Ky. Tbomas and James Nice. Sixteen dead bodies have Grand Rnplda, Mich. Nineteen per psalmist bo yours, Tearing his shirt .from his back, an Interested In the visit William J. been taken from the ruins of the large Ilowltn of Kentucky, accused ot tbe sons wero Injured, ono of them proba- - clean heart, O God.""Croate In me u Ohio man flagged a train and saved Dryan paid Theodore Roosevelt at the music That Is neceshall El Dorado, which collapsed murder of John Lewis Archer, though It from a wreck. That was good for tatter's office. After the visit Mr. here. Forty workmen were burled ln said to have shot blm ln Tennessee bly fatally, when two cars on tbe ,ary to clean bands. You must con Grand Rapids Muskegon and Grand duct a clean business If you would a mere man, but tbo regulation artlclo Roosevelt announced that they bad the ruins. In addition to the dead. and to bav: dragged blm over the Haven Interurban met In for flagging a train In an emergency collision In bavo clean hands. You cannot be a talked over various "Interesting" sub-- 1 many men badly Injured were taken state line to Kentucky to die, must U a red petticoat Party to dlshoneit dealing and rs- Jects, but aenled that the call bad any out. stand trial in Tennessee. political significance mla undefllcd. You cannot touch n,..r i ui. The New York Tribune has beard of One Dead In Sawmill Explosion. smirched. Here Imbart D La Tour, Tenor, Dead. ueteny, MV President Taft was tIll,ch and not ... n woman who desires to draw five pen Chinese Floods Abating, Ashland, Wis. In a sawmill explo Urussels-- . Oetglum. Tbe death la sions because tbo was married to five Hankow. The floods In the Yang' sion on Madeline Island Clyde J. announced of Imbart de la Tour, a - ..w..... lijUfc ma luu. I . . ... men who served In the Civil war. It tse aro abating. In addition to tbo Jersey was Instantly killed and halt Belgian tenor. He appeared at. tbo UUl5 IU.V h.,1 n,n.,l..n t.l. ." .' Hmpn nthfr nersona vera larlouilr Metropolitan opera bwse, New York, ltnl.rt t loox as if sne nau tried to turn mnt. I enormous deatb list many thousands dacwe our coue. ving an th. ;v ;t h rk v rlmony Into a sort of progressive ten. are homeless. inlurcd. oniieauenceB to uod. , la 1901 how to what dot ubscrlptton li Mid. If tt in not hnjirrd wKhin three wm rcnewaj notify ua. UkMlnr number will b gladly supplied If ara notified. Firm premium chap, with tvrw in- fcrlpUoni ind prompt ronawaits. Send (or t,i??.u.?,fr. .. . v uun new auDoerrpuon ror u. Any on u four rarir subscription can ntlnc oMTa To Clilim fm for Umatit tot an year. . Advertlatna; mta on application. TtM o Bernd money by or Kxprea Honvy Order, Draft, ItrrltBrd Letur, or n ana two cm suunp. Roosevelt In Periodical Attack Doeu- merit at Hypocritical and Deficient, Saya It la Constructed Too Loot. ly to Be Understood. data alttr rmir jot rmmrn em Whnl rA..A w n,i. .,,, ,.. j-- . ' ..j ..!,, ., l,:Lu ,.!,t rrS.lJ-:.- Every person should desire success. Tbe young man who SHOT HEART does not doslre to be successful THROUGH THE might Just as well pick out his coffin, for he will never be ot much account Girl Snapa Pistol and Bullet Strikes In this life. Hut what Is successt Two. That Is what we want to talk about, for there seem to be widely divergent 8anduky, O. Mrs. Louise Wulchct opinions on that subject ot Chicago, was shot and her llttlo son Over 400 years ago Columbus was Instantly killed when Mary, 14, lior about to discover a new world. His daughter, discharged a revolver. seamen grew Impatient ot the prlvs Tho girl picked up tho revolver and tlons and hardships ot an apparently supposing It was empty, snapped tho hopeless voysge. Westward sailed trigger. Tho bullet struck tbo mother the little flotilla over a shoreless sea. In the-- side inflicting n flesh wound.- - where no Island or cliff gave relief to ,u . then hit tho boy. Eucene. 7. In tho it... i v arm, snattenng tne bone anu picrccu bank of cloud on a far horizon re ins heart. vlvod hnn rtnlv in nlnnarn Muim Infn Gens. Nelson A. Miles and J. Warren Jeerwr doom. At rf.i.rtinn rln. Kclfer heard tho shots and wero first enod Into discontent, and terror Into to rcacu mo scene oivmo acciucni. mutiny, wh eh wa tlll,l nnl hr thn COUrare and rn1utlnn nf thji rroat rarmer rrices uompareo. I v l.nrf n. . tn .i-- m I.eminror. i)Ut nnliimhna n.r.,,.,1..t tli.m i hnM vtaBiiiiiKiu". v..uiiiinnun oi incr yam iu .ariiirrn ill me uniicu oi.ur. 0 (hreo dlyB Jonjcer 0n tho ieCond lor anou larm proaucis, as an- - dar .0me tree-twl- r wr ixon float, nouncen oy me uepanmem oi ngricui- - nB by: then a nlank cut by a hatch ture snows mat on September l pom- et; then a branch of hawthorn In toes averaged 66.0 per cent higher flower. These silent witness told of tnnn on September 1 last year, barley Und not far off; and now tho men 34.6, hay 23.1, oats 5.;, rye 3.8, buck- - who the previous day wore breathing wheat 1.9, corn 0.C per cent lower, rebellion, gathered around their com- cIiICKens 6.i, butter 8.3, eggs 10.3, mander with extravacant flattrrv lm wheat 11. 1, und cotton 18.1. plorlng his forgiveness. It Is no doubt a truth old as hu Lincoln's Niece Dead. manity that "nothing succeeds like 111. Springfield, Mrs. Mary Wal success." Ono stroke or good busilace Raker, widow of Lieut. Col. John ness gives a man a better chance for Maker, t. S. A, died at her home a second; but let a man equally dehere, aged C9. Her mother was a sis- serving meet with one failure, and ter of Mrs. Abraham Lincoln. Her success slinks further away. father, Dr. William H. Wallace, was One of the worst features of our one ot the plunder physicians ot ago la the worship of mere- success, Springfield. apart from the means by which It was attained. Personal worth may go to the wall; a man Is measured ac Six Business Houses Burn North llaltlmore Fire In the bust cording to his prosperity. There Is a ness section destroyed six business success that Is not worth having, and blocks. Michael McGeha suffered two there Is failure that Is more to be debroken ribs ln trying to assist In ex sired than success. The fact Is that tinguishing the blaze. The total Ions the common conception of the subject on the buildings destroyed Is es!l - requires emendation I What la your Ideal of aucccss? In mated at 1150.000. the majority of esses the answer I would be, fortune or position. Well, Steamer Turns Turtle. Pittsburg. Pa. Fourteen persons I these are fine things to have, but they narrowly escaped drowning when the can be bought too dear. They are steamer Iron City overturned In the bought every day at the price of a good conscience, Ohio. The boat was In midstream honor, when It was caught by the side current peace of mind, and even Immortal hope. Tbe price is too great Amerand capsized. ica Is full of the Hrest, France. A flerco battle oc spirit We revel In stories of millionnewsboys curred hero when a large mob of aires who were cheaper food manlfvstants engaged In Uielr youth. And It Is true that the troops. At least 40 persons wero many of these men deserve credit for their energy and foresight Dut can Injured. wo not get a higher Ideal of success than St Petersburg. Tbe appolutment of riches! the mere accumulation ot George llakbetleff as Russian ambasIn our text we are given the neces sador to tbo United States to succeed Daron Rosen Is officially announced. sary elements of success. "Tho right eous also shall hold on hla way, and he that hath clean bands shall wax stronger and strongor." Here are THE MARKETS mentioned three things which are absolutely necessary to every young man's success In life, aud they are Cincinnati Grain Market. piety, perseverance, and purity. Hrst we have piety, or love and Flour Winter patent 13.90al.lG, $2.70a2.S0, low grado )2.40a trust In God. No true success can be family obtained without that It Is true that 15a5.4S, do fancy J.50, hard patent by throwing conscience to the winds, No. 2 red 93n yon may occasionally Wheat ?4.25n4.60. make gains SfMc. No. 3 red 8Ea2c, No. 4 red 7Cn whch t0 the upright are Impossible; DUl lnro cur .' which pursues ZJJ L y..',' whlto egaCSfcc. No. 2 yellow C7HaCSc. iucn pront, 0Ven ln that world. Ther No. 3 yellow C7a67Hc. No. 2 mlxod , no doM thnt tho youth who enters C7a674c. No. 3 mixed 67n67c, Oats UDOn life with a am of rmiinthii. No. 2 whlto 454a46c,stnndord whlto hty to God, has great advantage. Lord 4Ca4&Hc. No. 3 whlto 45a4&Uc. Lytton says, "A mm Is already of consequence In the worla when It Is Cincinnati Live fto:k known that ho can be Implicitly reCattle Shippers l&,7SaC90, butcher lied upon." It Is a great mistake that steers, extra $CaG.25, good to choice many young men raako to drop their aG.90. heifers, extra $S.C0aG.7S. religion as soon as they get out Into goou to cnoico .oirnU.,i.. cows, extra active business life, ii usoo. goou to cno co i3.6ua4.co. Our next quality la pcraeveranee, righteous man shall bold on bis It:': ., right-minde- d Port Llmon, Coata Rica. Tho explosion of ft gnsollno tank on board tho schooner Whisper caused a loss of 14 Uvea and tho total destruction of the vessel and cargo of valuable mahogany oft the Nicaragua!! coast, south east ot here. The Whisper war under the com mand of Cnpt Winston Hall, of Phila delphia, and had several largo tanks of gasoline on board. TRUE SUCCESS By Rev. Stephen Paulson TKXT- - Th rlshttou also shall hold on hi way and h that hath clean hand hall wax (tronger. Job 17:9. ..... lr I ' 1 1 - bare-foote- M.,l, ,rJrAm,,:ua,"r I 1 f, " tbo-mos- ..-- . I semi-pani- c I LAKES-TO-GUL- i'Sffe? lakes-to-tbe- o - ,.. u" nrlnr-liila- "''" "'"" iou game, September 14, 1911 THE CITIZEN 'Yni Poa Page Tkrtw ONLY TWO OF BIO ONES LEFT. Blue LOOKS New Aeroplane SI LIKE SMALL ailed. Wa&taicl . WILL OPEN LOCK 21. tun Murs nun. SltS. IrTNATMIt.WttTMItCMm CHt TAH AM Ut HMtl VH f T (H MtMsamrw mm,th crow, . wrtsts swh trim sr hmi VM nta WftksvAH.T IS SAIS TtM ASM TWO MEN KILLED Celebration to Mark Cumberland River Improvement. Grass Stock East. By New Laws In Farms Affected the MORE IMPRISONED EARTH CAVES IN AND ROCKS FALL IN CONSTRUCTION OF TUNNEL. MASONS SUFFER FIRE LOSS Mrs I MH, HHMM M AsYIKt TIM. mttis iiari ma rmit ti, AIRSHIP Wounded Unto Death Refusal Is Made Mining of Statement of Assault Property Undergoing Development-Railr- oad to Be Extended. Kit Built on Same Prlnclpla at Monoplane Any Cltv. r Boy Can Mako On. GOH" IS INTERESTING GAME A new kind of kite that any claror Sort of Napantse Draughts and Origboy can mako has boon patented by inated In China, Spreading to an Illlnola man. It resembles ona of Japan Quite Popular. the planes uiod in aome forma of aeroplanes and when up In the aky Did you over play tho game of gob! may be taken for a miniature alrablp. It Is a sort of Japanese draughts, and an English enthusiast In Hastings, Horace F. Cheshire, Is now endeavoring to arrange a match between teams chosen from tho Hastings Chess club and the Japanese club In London. Mr. Chcshlro, who Is a "goh" player of 30 years' standing, says that although the game admits all the flnesso and strategy of cbesa It Is easier to learn than draughts, don was originally Invented by the Chinese and spread to Japan In days before the Norman conquest. New Aeroplane Kite. Tho game Is supposed to represent dark-nes- t Take four atlcka about three feet long a struggle between light and i each and two strips of muslin about fire feet long. Fasten the muslin IS CUTE around the ends of the sticks so that LITTLE DOLL-HOUS- E when the whole structure Is extended, aa ahown In the Illustration, the mus- Kansas City Youngster Has Minialin bands will form rectangular cells ture Home With All the Latest with nn open space between them. Modern Conveniences. Telephono messages Harbourvllle. from Hazard state that two men were killed and soveral others havo met death by the caving In of a tunnel in course of construction on tho Lexington & Kastorn railroad extension. While a gang of men were at work large sections of rock came down without warning. In attempting to escape two men were caught under largo boulders near tho entrance, and their lives crushed out. One hundred and fifty feet of earth and dirt caved in, trapping several men who would not risk tho showers of boulders to gain tho entrance. At Inst reports rescuers had established communication with one of the Imprisoned men, who warned them to abandon qfforts to reach blm until the earth quit settling. Soveral more are on the Inside, but their fate has not been learned. It is believed they are still allvo and will be taken out FIRE AT HORSE CAVE. Somerset. Announcement has been mado that Lock 21, on Cumberland river, will bo thrown open for boats October 20, when a big celebration will be held by citizens of Durnsldo and the Upper Cumberland section In honor of the event, which will mean much for Durnsldo and that country. Tho completion of this lock will give navigable water between Ilurnslde and Nashville, every week In tho year, whereas heretofore navigation could only bo had with the boats plying on that river about six months in the year. This will mean many thousands of dollars to this section of tho country and will aid In tho development of this section very materially. MAY DIE OF WOUNDS INFLICTED WITH AX. James Hatton, of Breathitt, l.i Hospital Refuses to Tell Particulars of Assault. Jas. Hatton, of Breathlying at tho Oood Sahospital suffering from maritan wounds evidently inflicted with sn ox, and which it Is bclloved will prove fatal. Hatton Is foreman for James Mulr, an extensive lumberman, and had charge of tho tatter's timber near Calla. Auburn Q , a brother, declares that an attempt was mado to murder James, but refused to glvo any particulars of the affair. Lexington. itt county, is DEPUTY Ma- 8HERIFF KILLS SON OF MINISTER. Re- Insert brace bands diagonally through the wedges of tho cells. In tho center, and fasten tho ends of the braces to loops extending from the cornors of tho cells. Finally, tie a looped cord .to two of the ticks In tho lower surface of the plane. Just Inside one of the cells, and In the center of this loop tla the free end of the ball of twine on which the ktto Is to bo Photograph Now for Christmas. The woman who own a good camera, oron though It be a small one. may begin her Christmas presents right now by taking attractive llttlo pictures which may later on be mounted on blotters, calendars and the like and give a noto of personality to her gift. There are apodal photograph colors by which tho black and whlto prints may be tinted In artistic Htyle and without the need of any special artistic training. With a camera and these colors delightful booklets itnd other rrmombranccs may be provided for during vocation days. Knew His Papa's Strength. Johnny had been naughty, and his mother told blm that ho could chooso botweon a whipping and being abut up In the cellar. "Who will whip me you or papaT" querlod Johnny. "Your papa," waa the reply. "Then It'a tho collar for mine," rejoined tho wise youngster. - Largest Store In Town Burned A doll's homo In the rear of tho P S. Lorlo home at 4203 Walnut street. Kansas City, Is not marred by the Hon-drlc- sonic Lodge Loses Paraphernalia. Leopard which characterized Ibsen's play of tho same title. Percy 8. Lorio, Jr., four years old. Is the only masculine person who lives there, and Is far from bolng a practical man. Ho never complains Horse Cave. Fire broko out in Winn Ilfoa. & Co.'b furnlturo store and did damago to tho extent of about $15,000. It was first discovered in a room on the third story that adjoined the Masonic hall. Tho tiro had gained such headway that it was Impossible to extinguish the Hame3, or save but little of its contents. s InterThe Masons owned est on tho third floor, and their Insurance was J 1.000 on building and $500 on furniture and paraphernalia. The entlro Insurance was $11,000. The building was of brick, erected last year and wns the largest store in town. two-third- Ridner, It Is Said, Was sisting Arrest and Shot at Officer. First. Leonard, a son of the Somerset. Ilev. George W. Rldncr, was shot and killed by .Deputy Sheriff Henry Van-ovwhile resisting arrest at Cumberland Falls. Vanover came here and gavo himself up to tho sheriff. It Is said Illdner was creating a disturbance, and when Vnnover attempted to arrest htm, he shot at tho deputy sheriff. STATE JAILERS MEET. Pass Resolution Opposing Women spectors for Jails. In- terminus nt Warren, miles from here. Tho Interstate Coal Co. took over The Doll's House. tho holdings of tho Tyc Fork Coal Co. agod In tho Brush creek district, buying outwhen his llttlo sister Kathorlno, six. plays for hours at a time with right S00 acres for $50,000, and leasher dolls. ing the remainder of tbo holdings, Tho doll houso Is a miniature home comprising S00 acres. The Interstate every detail, equipped with elec- Coal Co., which Is ono of the largest In tric lights, a little stovesand not too coal mining concerns In the south, much furniture to overcrowd. now has Investments of ovor $1,000,000 In developed nnd undeveloped prop- Now Castle. Tho State JallcrB' asi met here with W. S. FitzHarbourvllle. Some lato deals la sociation Danville, presiding, J, S. coal and timber lands In tho Brush gerald, of as secMullins, of Winchester creek districts of Knox and Whltldy retary. They discussed acting governlaws counties strengthen the report that ing Jailers and' passed resolutions optho Cumberland railroad will shortly posing women Inspectors for Jails. W. bo extended Into Jellico, Tnn.. from S. Fitzgerald and J. S. Mullins were 11 Its present RAILROAD EXTENSION. president and secretary, respective!)', Georgo H. Mitchell, of New Castle, was elected treasurer. SUES FOR $1.25. UNIQUE ALPHABET OF THE BIBLE (From sn old Primer In usa moro than fifty years ago.) Is for Adam who was tbo first man; Ho broko God's commands and thus sin began. Gen. 3. (2 Peter 1:20-21.- ) B Is for Book which to guide Is given; Though written by man the words camo from Heaven. C Is for Christ who for sinners was slain; By him Ob, how freely salvation wo gain. John 3:16. D Is for Dove with on olive leaf green; Returning In peaco to tho ark sho Is seon. Gen. 8:1L E Is for Elijah whom by tbo brook side, Dally with food tbo ravens suppllod. 1 Kings 17:4. F is for Felix who sent Paul away, And designed to repent on some future day. Acts 24:25. (1 Sam. 17:49.) G Is for Goliath lo! stretched on tho plain, By the sling of young David, tho giant is slain. (1 Sam 1:20; 2:26.) II Is for Hannah, how happy is she; Her son, llttlo Samuel, bow holy was ho. I is for Isaac, like Jesus he lies. Stretched out on tho wood a meek sacrifice. Gen. 22:1-13- . J is for Josopk who trusted God's Word; Was lifted from prison to be Egypt's lord. Gen. 41:40-44- . (Num. 16:30-33.- ) K Is for Koran; God's wrath he defied, And lot to devour him tho pit opened wide. L Is for Lydla; God opened her heart. (Acta 16:14-15.- ) What bo had bestowed, it war her Joy to Impart. M la for Mary, who fod on Christ's word (Luke 10:38-42.- ) And Martha her sister, beloved of the Lord. N la for Noah: with God for his gujdo, Safely he sails over the billowy tide. Gen. 7:17-18- . , Is for Obadlah who, the prophets to save, O Twice fifty concealed and fed In a cave. 1 Kings 18:4. (Matt, 14:24-30.- ) P is for Peter who walked on the wavo But, sinking, he cried, "Lord, I perish; Oh, save!" (1 Kings 10:1-10.- ) O is for Queen, who from distant land camo, Allured by tho sound of King Solomon's fame. R Is for Kuth; she goes forth mid tho sheaves. Oleanlng tbo ears tbe husbandman leaves. Ruth 2:23. S is for Stephen, Christ's martyr who cried To God for his murderers and then died. Acta 7:51-60- . (2 Tim. 3:15.) T 1 for Timothy, taught In his youth To love and to study tbe Scriptures ot truth. (2 Chron. 26:16, 21.) U Is Uzzlab, In rashness and pride, Profaning Clod's altar, a leper bo died. (John 15:1.) V is for Vine; a green branch may I bo, Bearing fruit to the glory of Jesus, tbe Tree. W is for Widow, her two mites she gave, (Mark 12:41-44.- ) And trusted In God to sustain ber and save. (John 19:17.) X Is the Cross our doar Saviour bore; Ob, think of His sorrows and grlovo hint no more. (Acts 2Q:9: 12.) Y Is for Youth Utychus killed by a fall; By a miracle wrought was recovered by Paul. Z Is for Zoar, where Lot wished to be. It reminds mo of Christ, a refuge for mo. Gen. 19:22. A erty in this county. Tho Cumberland Railroad Co.. which operates the railroad entering tho 11 ruh creek district. Is closely Identified with the development of the coal property. Tho railroad company has surveyed a route for an extonslon Into Jellico, a distance of twenty-sevemiles, and it Is bclloved that It will bo constructed at an early date. n Versailles. The Church & Dwlght Co., of Now York, through Its attorneys. Wallace & Harrlss, of this city, has brought null against the city of Versailles to recover $1.25 and also damages in tho sum of $25. The suit grow out of the city's action in re- CAPT. BROWN DEAD. quiring a traveling roprescntatlvo of tho company to pay a license tax of $1.25 for tho privilege of distributing tree samples nnd advertising matter In Vorsailles, Tho plaintiff claims that tho local ordinance under which tho license tax was collected Is In conflict with the constitution of the United States and in restraint of Interstate commerce. ROOSEVELT SENDS REGRETS. Was Father of Ohio River Improvement Agitation. Loxlugton. Former President TheoNewport. Former Mayor Paris C. dore Roosevelt has declined with reIlrown died at bis home of asthma, grets tho Invitation to address the from which he had been a sufferer for Southern Education association which wll bo held at Houston, Tex. Prof. M, about three year. Capt. Ilrown, as ho was best known A. Cassidy, superintendent of tho Lexto river men from Pittsburg to New ington public schools, president of the Orleans, was 73 years of age. He was association, has received a lottpr from born in Concord, Ky and in tho early Col. Roosevelt in which ho expresses days of ateamboatlng on the Ohio IiIb regret at his inability to speak as river was both owner and pilot, and requested. was probably the river ACCIDENTALLY SHOT. man on either the Ohio or Mississippi rivers. Ho was a director of tho Ohio Valley Improvement association and West Point. Ernest Morris, aged 18, one of Its charter members. Ho par- was accidentally shot In tho hip and ticipated actively In every campaign through the ribs by his brother. Selby for a navlgablo Ohio, and to some de- Morris. The boys were going squirrel gree the existence of the Fernbank hunting when Selby Morris closed up shotdam may bo credited to his enthu- tho breach of a gun and both barrelg were discharged siastic Interest. It Is somewhat of a coincidence that Into his younger brother's body. Tho ho should bo taken during tho celebra- victim wns operated upon. The phytion of tho completion of the latter sicians say the wounds are. probably work. fatal. bost-know- n double-barrelled Lexington. Irving II. Whcatcroft, tho Canadian turfman and millionaire, announced that ho had definitely de- NO NUTRITION IN ALCOHOL cided to break up his stock farm and ship practically all of his thoroughbred marcs and stallions to Sydney, Problem of Food Value Is Condensed1 Into Nutshell by the Medical Australia, to bo sold this fall. With Times of New York. tho breeding stock Mr. Whcatcroft will sond about a dozen yearlings, The Medical Times of Now York thirty weanlings and half a dozen condenses tho alcohol questions into horses In training. Tho removal of Mr. Wheatcroft's this nutshell: The problem of the food value of alhorses means that with tho exception of thoso of James It. Kecno and Au- cohol does not seem, after alt, to havo gust Uelmont, tho last of the great been finally resolved by Professor A German physiologist of high thoroughbred stock farms owned here by wealthy men of other states, have standing, Professor Kansowltz, haa lately published tho details of an exbeen wiped out by tho laws perimental investigation which ha In Now York and other states. led him to precisely tho opposite conA certain number of dogs clusion. MONEY FOR COURTHOU8E. were given definite amounts of food, Mercer County Will Vote On Proposed some with and without alcohol, and Bot d Issue. required to take a stated amount of exerclso each day in a running maHarrodsburg. After a stormy spe- chine. These trials and several othcial session of the Mercer county fis- ers of a like nature were repeatedly cal court the question to submit to the carriod out, and It was found that tho vote of the pcoplo the matter of a recorded results were uniformly bond Issuo of $50,000 for building a against the alcohol-fedogs, both as new courthouse was carried by a vote to the amount of work accomplished of 4 to 2. This is the last day that the and changes in weight. The author Is court could tako action on this ques- of the opinion that no food material tion, as tho law prescribes that the can be used in tho body without becourt must determine sixty days be- ing first concerted Into protoplasm. fore the general election. The old Since alcohol, being a stimulating and courthouse hnvlng been condemned by poisonous substance, destroys the Judge Walker, tho opera house has highly complex and unstable protobeen rented by the county, to be used plasmic molecule. It cannot at the until a new courthouse can be builL same time be assimilated by It, consequently It cannot act as a food and a poison simultaneously. After a com30ME CHURCH CHANGES. paratively short period, alcohol paraGeorgetown. The Catholics will be lyzes the center of innervation of the Interested In tho promotion of Father muscles and" therefore, by diminishing Joseph A. Flynn to the church at the amount of muscular action, the seFrankfort to succeed Father Major, cretion of carbonic acid is lessened. who died last week. Father Flynn has The diminished secretion, consequentministered to the congregation here ly, means no saving of the tissues ot for a number of years. His place will the body, but is a direct result of the be filled by Father Wherthy, of Lex- poisonous action of alcohol. Kasso-wlt- z ington, who has been assisting Father Is convinced that under no cirWilliam T. Punch. cumstances can alcohol act In a nutritive manner. Such is the latest auDELEGATES CHOSEN. thoritative pronouncement on this subject from the world's scientific cenLexington. At a meeting hero of tho ter. What do we learn from the facta executive committee of the Storekeep-er-Gauger- of human experience? Dally observaassociation of the Seventh tion shows that all men who drink do Internal revenue district to canvass not become drunkards. Those who the ballots for delegates and alter- are thus unfortunate are not so benates to represent the association at cause they are weak In will or morals, the meeting of the National Federa- for men of the highest character tion, in Louisville, September 5, the have become inebriates. A man is a following delegates were found to have drunkard because he has a nervous been chosen: system that is peculiarly susceptible Tho delegates: J. W. Black, Mid- to tho poisonous qualities of alcohol. way; John T. Greene, Lexington; J. No young man, when he begins tbo M. Burbridge, Lexington; W. T. moderate use of alcoholic beverages, Crosthwalte, Lexington; Oscar Grlgs-by- , knows whether or not ho belongs to Maysvllle; H. S. Bell, Carlisle; S. the class that can drink without danA. Powell, Frankfort; Howard T. ger. He con find ,thls out only by Gaines, Frankfort; John L. Stephanski, experiment, and after the experiment Frankfort; J. M. Russell, Paris. It Is likely to bo too late to avert tho disastrous results, against which SWEET SIXTEEN AND A DOZEN. strength of character and will Is no any more than it would Whltesburg. At Bccfhide creek, be against smallpox. Therefore, strict Josse Mullins, 16, a school boy,' was avoidance of alcoholic beverages la married after a brief courtship to the logical conclusion, if tho gravest Miss Sarah Jane Bentley, barely 12. perils are to be avoided. The young couple eloped, secured met a minister, nnd were mar- ODD ARRANGEMENT OF ALTAR ried on tho roadsldo with two pedestrians as the only witnesses. Staten Island Pastor Creates Sensa-tlo- n Among Congregation by Strange ' BRIDGE WORK STOPPED. Collection In Pulpit. West PolnL The excavating for the The bridge abutments for the Sal( river Island, pastor of a fashionable Staten N. Y., bridge has been suspended on account something ot church recently created of the high water. Salt river rose 14 congregation a sensation. When the genarrived feet in two days, and covert4 the eral exclamations of there were shock over tho ground-wheexcavations were twine appearance of the pulpit. Instead ot made. Material is being placed on tho floral decorations, there were the folground, and as soon as the water sub- lowing objects grouped about the sides sufficiently, work will he re- speaker's stand: sumed. A whisky barrel, several cigar and cigarette boxes, a dtco box, a small JUDGE REFUSES PETITION. automobile, some beer bottles, a ham, Lexington. Circuit Judge Kerr re- a pair of shoes, and strewn over this fused tho petition of stockholders of motley collection, some school books, tho Old Bank of Kentucky for a re- a mission envelope, and a Bible. The pastor said the objects illusceiver. The bank will soon reorganize. While the testimony was sensa- trated his text: "How a Dollar Is Spent tional In so far as it referred to the In the United States." In his serbig business of tho concern. Judge mon ho said: of every dollar Kerr held that it was not sufficient to pla e It Into tho hands of a receiver. spent In this cquntry every year goes r. anti-racind s' safe-guarre h TWO NEW DEPOTS. WOOLEN MILL BURNED. Carlisle. The Louisville & Nashville haa begun work of preparation for tho erection of two now depots, to take tho placo of those destroyed by flro last May. The new buildings will be freight and passenger stations, to be tho mobt modern In this section of the state. Tho two will cost about $20,000. Franklin. Tho Franklin woolen mill was destroyed by fire, throwing 75 persons out of employment. Tho flro originated on the third floor and Is thought to havo been due to spontaneous combustion. The plant was recently bought by a syndlcuto composed of Tom Stringer, Claude Enbank and W. H. Wnldrcn. OWENTON READY TO BOOM. HARVESTER SUIT. la apparently Owonton. Owenton Shepherdsville. A suit filed somo months ago against tne International on the eve of its first building boom. subdivision has been Harvester Co. for alleged violation of A twenty-acrthe Sherman antitrust law rosultcd in laid off and the Incumbranced iu the way of trees and buildings are being the fining of tho corporation $5,000. removod. A street will noon be built through tho subdivision. VERDICT OF ACQUITTAL. ML Sterling. The Jury In the case Lexington. Mrs. Franl; Gentry, one of Anse .White, who has been on trial here for the murder of Jason Oeaton, of tho two women nominated for the near Juckson, several mouths ago, school board, notified the leaders that reached a verdict or "not guilty" after she would decline the nomination and asked that her ntuiu be withdrawn. being out over two hour. e for drink, the amount being $1,676, 000.000; ot every dollar goes for tobacco, boots and shoes, fot Russollvllle. Tho Logan County for meat, for education, Teachers Institute will meet In this and for churches." city Monday, September 18, and will be in session flvo days. Profs. Craig No Liquor to Employes. and Cherry and Miss Frazeo, all of The Northampton Traction comBowling Green, will conduct tho Institute. Addresses will also be made by pany has issueda notice to ail liof Bowling censed hotels and satoons along tts Dr. J. N. McCormack, Green; Dr. A. S. Pcttie, of Adairvllle, entire lino from Eoston to Nazareth nnd Bangor that no Intoxicating and Dr. J. W. Respasa, of this city. drinks shall be sold or furnished to Milton. Postmaster John R. fcglls, any of Its motormen, conductors or president of the Kentucky State linemen who are In uniform. The transit company In Its notice states League of Third and Fourth-clas- s Postmasters, his issued an order that such employe who la given changing the tlmo for holding tbo con- drinks will be discharged, which will vention of tho loagup to September 14 bring a damage suit on the license by and 15 at Louisville. Tbo postmaster the families of the employes. general has issued an order granting Gravestone With Whisky, leave of absence to the third and What science teaches of tbo deadly fourth-claspostmasters of the state effect of all Intoxicants gives force to for tbose dates. the following story; After some Campbcllsvllle. The Jury In the search among boxes and trunks, tin baggage dragged out a demi.case of 11. A. Dauby, charged with john of master whisky. "Anything more?" murder of Vornon Coffey, Jailer of asked tbo man. "Yes," said the 1909, Green county, in December, man, "here's a gravestone. brought In a verdict of guilty and fixed There's no name on it, but it ought the punishment at 21 years In tbo pen- to go with that liquor.' itentiary. ' WILL HOLD INSTITUTE. s bag-gag- Champ Lawionceburg. -- Speaker Clark will speak here on Wednesday, September 20, at 1 o'clock. Lawrence-burban the honor of being his birthplace and extensive preparation! will be made for his reception "What U whisky?" What Whisky la. Ington Herald. Whisky Is will not do you much barm all your folks let It alone. other di ftnltlons, but this right, asks tho Wash that whtct it you and There art one Is al Page Four. ITIE CITIZEN. September 14, 1911. W. B. CORSET Guaranteed Not To Rust a. This latest , B. accomplishment again emphasizes the superiority of the W B. product. W- - S R. H. CHRISMAN Undertaking and Embnlmlnrf A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies. 'SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. E. F. COYLE You pay Day rhone 20 Editor The Citizen, Berea, Ky. 8 room dwelling, Niiiht 40 less. .or get more oaoaoaoaoaooaooooaooaooooooooaooooaoG a o o o There will bo Uo services each plratlon. I always welcome- The Citizen and Sunday night In the Chapel one n the Main Chapel and one In the Up-l- would not like to be without It. It Is four years slnco I was In school Chapel. NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A Except In exceptional cases then In Berea, but I have not lost Interest VARIETY OF SOURCES will bo preaching In both Chapels In tho good work being done by Beevery Sunday night. Citizens are rea College. I have nona but pln-an- t oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoacaoaoaoa oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoa a memories of hours spent In the welcomed In seats reserved for them Boys I WANTED: and girls 8t s there. see the ad. about the Junior In tho west part of both chapels. 7:30 ) Welch's I have been connected with Till p. m. Contest. Canton-ActuBusiness College since L Sirs. Best and baby arrived from last October. I enjoy my work here TO THE EDITOR LETTERS Massachusetts, a few days ago, where J crrr niosf. iss very much. OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE Canton, Ohio, Aug.. 28, 1311. With best wishes for Tho Citizen, 1 am Citizen, the baby's serious sickness. It U The ) Berea, Ky. Respectfully, DAN H. BRECIv now rapidly regaining Its former Gentlemen: Pattle C. Moo res, Fire, Life and Accident, FOR SAL Schulz piano good as I Enclosed find one dollar for which Assistant Teacher of Shorthand. , 'new. $300 Instrument In use five Insurance Richmond, Ky. 'rars- - wm Be Ior 17C- - LltJa Wh-V- Phone 505 laud. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Shadoln and little son are visiting Mr. Shadoln'j Lot sale, Saturday, Sept. 16. Mr. A. P. Settle of London was In parents In Pulaski County. Mr. J. P. Blcknell left on a busl- town a nart of last week. ,ncss tr,P- - Tuesday, for Harlan, Ky Frank Blazer and children Mrs. have been visiting relatives; In town. I Dr. Marcura of Irvine was in uerea week to enter Ms the Mra. John Wyatt was taken to i daughter In school. hospital last week for a surgical the . Cljde SMI well, who was a I fnrmnr ntndpnt nf Ttorpfi. unn n vlsl- Margaret DIzney It duIng Misses Helen and tpent a part of last week at ilr. V. I A party of young people attend-i1. Click's home at Kcrby Knob the camp meeting at Kingston, Krl The officers and teachers of the day night. Union Sunday School were pleasant- Daring the past ten years Berea led ... ............ I ... ..t t . T1ni..a .tin thA undrn t.itA in nftrr.nturn nf in. ' superintendent, last Friday evening crease. Her future is brighter today with music and readat Boono Tavern, than ever before. ings. A splendid time was enjoyed Cole's Original Hot Blast Heater is so perfect in construe Miss .Esther Isaacs visited Miss by all present. tlon that fire and heat keeps all night, even with cheapest Look for Welch's ad. In regard to Maude Parker of Lexington, last we.k. soft coal. When the draft is opened in the morning the fuel Mlss Mattle McUuire of Paint Lick the Junior Contest. put in the night before will burn for two or three hours. was visiting in Berea a few days this Mr Walter Kobe of Cleveland, O., week. No other stove will ive these results fire never oe A bargain If taken in noxt sixty was in Berea for a short time at th3 out and the rooms are kept at even temperature day and night. FOR SALE Dr. Orln and Mr. Walter Robe of days. On account of health, I will first of the week. Portsmouth, O., came over In their Lot on Depot Street Joining tho sell my farm consisting of 105 acres, Coal-SA- VES Mr. and Mr. Matt Benge attended automobile and spent Saturday with HOT BLAST-fsituated 4 miles from Paint Lick in skating rink on tho west, 71 feet tho State fair at Louisville, Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. A. IZ. VanWlukle. Garrard County, Kentucky, on turn-plk- front by 143 feet back. For partialday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Adams and faminear good school and church. Mr. Jack Welch of Springfllcd, O., ly returned last week. The perfect control of the drafts, the alow economical This farm Is well improved, has good was visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wyatt who was taken combustion and the large, sensitive, radiatine surface makei new houso, 2 tobacco barns that Mrs. Bert Coddlngton, the latter part to tho hospital and operated upon for it the most economical and best Hard Coal atove made. hold 25 acres, godd young orchard, of last week. appendicitis last week Is rapidly reCole's Hot Blast is the modern heater and will save its end Is well watered. For further Infamily have mov- covering and will soon be able to Albert Powell and cost in fuel every winter. Burna Soft Coal, Slack, Lignite, formation address, G. P. Ternlt, Lango to her home. ed to Annvllle, Jackson County. Hard Coal, Wood and lighter fuel. caster, Ky. to and up to dato Restaur-un- t, First class Miss Vesta George has returned Select the size you want now while stock is complete. Every Sack Guaranteed on corner of Main and Center her homo In Ohio. FOR SALE moved into his new Streets. Fresh cakes, pies, bread, canB. Harris has Pries $12.00 St the nimi My Poplar Spring farm of HO acres, dles and fruits of ail kinds, every and "COLTS" house on Chestnut Street. to on Hie Fees' 2S acres In clover and tlmonthy, some Blcknell visited her day. Call and get your money's worth. Miss style and ths. 101 F timber, best water In country. Good J. S. Gott. parents, Saturday and Sunday. John, for his father, Is the name Powell has purchased one Allen new boy at Prof. Caltee's. He of the finest homes In Estill County of the and will shortly move his family and his mother are at the hospital and are both doing well. there. Quito a number of people from here It Is the history of Berea that Investattended Richmond fair, Saturday. ments in Real Estate have paid larger Joo Parsons, Lilllo Lalnhart and dividends than any other enterprise. Miss Eva Webb of Alcorn visited horo Beside you land a hand to progress tho first of the week. when you purchase your lot, Saturday J. W. VanWlnklo of Mt. Vernon Sept. 10th. is hero with telatlves. TO THE PEOPLE Mr. and Mrs. Ww. Shockley returned, Tuesday, from a visit to their If you would havo two of tho best son, K. L. Shockley, at Coyeu Falls, days of your llfo tuke your wife and If not now is the time and this is the place Mich. Contest is now on at children to tho Reunion of tho Blues The Junior to buy his outfit. Get him a new Fall Style Suit und Grays. In 1SC1, they wero called r Welch's. Tho best thing that Yanks and Robs. They meet at tho from the Quality Store and he will be well dressed happened in Berea tor the boys and Green Broaddus Camp, at Winston, in a.way to make him proud of his clothes. Blrls. Sopt, 22, and 23rd. 1311. COME SEE Miss Fannlu Dowdon of Palut Link BOTH FLAGS that bravo men We have everything you want for the Boy's was vlsitlug friends in town Ah surrendered their lives for, wave. first of the week. wear Suits, Shoes, Hats, Caps and Underwear. Corao see the old boys perhaps for the last time. Call and let us show you. We have all sizes. A. J. Thnrp, Mgr., Winston, Ky. , d I er LOCAL PAGE .5 J VJed X SUNDAY NIGHT CHAPEL you will please renew my subfcrlp-- i tlon for ono year from date of cx i DR. BEST, DENTIST class-room- al i 1 fltelTT--8- 1 fslf- -" . jn f -- f- The Even Heat Makes All Rooms Comfortable largo framed store 6 house. Good barn, will shelter j horses. Dear Sir: This property lit. on tho and 'proposed Government pike, 8 miles I havo received jour letter tho sample cop of The Citizen, whleh from Berea, partly In Itockcnstlo nnd I took as much pleasure in rending partly In Jackson Counties. Prlco Tho as I would a letter from home, I 1,000. 00 If sold at once. - buildings aro worth twice tho money. had neglected to renew my subrcrlpThis Is a flno opening for a country tlon but am enclosing renewal now. I havo had a nice vacation and am rtorc besides being a good farm. Tho now teaching school close to here. 1 land lies well, half of it can bo both ways. W. B. Harris, Berea. have a largo school of SO students and am getting along well. Shall be Ky. in Berea for tho winter term. I shall BEST BARGAINS bring about four boys with mo then and three nre coming this fall. Best Bargains that have over been With best wishes for nil the school and special greetings to the Vlrglna offcrod in farms, beautiful building lots, houses and lots, and first class students. business lots. Wo can suit tho purI am yours truly, chaser in almost any kind of properJ. Hart Tate. ty ho wants, as tho above havo been Appalachla, Virginia. carefully selected In tho most dcslr-ab-lo parts of tho town. Wo Dear Editor: Wo do llko the Qltizcn vtfry much can sell you a farm of a fow acres and do not want it to stop visiting us. near town for a small amount of We nre always ready to hear what it inonoy, or, anything from this up to has to say and it hardly ever gets a first class liiuo Grass farm. If you havo any notion of becomfrom tho offlco homo without belnn undone and looked over. We sub- ing interested In a beautiful location scribers all havo to pay tho samo at, or near Berea, it will certainly bo price and why not gtvo us an equal to your Interest to call and sea or cnanco 10 wnie a letter onco in a write to v while. We out hero in Nebraska are Wyatt and Cornelius, Kentucky people, every ono that takes j Real Estate Rooms No. 1, 2 and 10. the paper, nnd havo many friends and Berea Bank and Trust Co., Dulldlng, relatives back thcro that would bo in- Berea, Ky. terested to 6o a letter from any of CALIFORNIA us. Letters from different places aro more interesting than from the same If you are thinking of coming or placo each week, I think. Tho Ham want to know why you should come ilton, Ohio, letter Is always interesting' to California, write to cue, and I and I always llko to see a loiter from shall take delight In tolling you why. Dreyfus. and giving you any Information you may desire. 1 am a KentucMan and (Mrs.) L.atha Carienter. Miller, Nebraska. take a special Interest In Kentucky people. I have been in California tn "Statistics show that more money years, on the farm and thoroughly is made from the rise In Real Estate val ues than from all other causes understand the soil and conditions. combined." William Jennings Bryan. If you think of coming to California Cut this out and take jt with you on drop me a line. the 10th. Yours truly, H. L. Bishop, Klngsburg, Frensn County, Cal. BARGAJNJNFARM ; COLE'S or Hard HALF o, Red Cross Flour, 65 cents. upward-accenti- WELCH'S Is TATUM'S SEE THAT YOUR CHILDREN'S SHOES FIT! Your Boy Ready For School t fcv-.- WEDDING PRESENTS The Finest Line of Wedding Rings Ever Shown in Berea in SterlGold, Gold-filleing Silve, Cut Glass d, FOR Thirty-si- x SAU Zhc Kacltet Store ENGRAVING FREE acres of land borderin? Jierea, on tho Richmond pike, Darn and dwelling, A good home for my ono wishing to educate his chils mile dren. Ouly about from college. my home plica I will also sell ou Chestuut Street consisting of 2ft acres of land, good dwelling, barn and other building, water and orchard. D. N. Welch, Berea, Ky. three-fourth- Their Browing feet are easily injured! There'll be no trouble in getting them fitted correctly if you ask for Th BUSTER BROWN blue concc RIBBON OOU!0 RHODUS Main Street C& HAYES Berea, Kentucky THE QUALITY STORE world' moil popular ihoe for boys and girli. "Double near la every pair," September 14, 191!. THE CITIZEN. Pago Five. TALK IS CHEAP moneys. So of these goods you have to see them to appreciate the excellence of quality, variety-anquantity as for the prices they tell d WE SELL But when it put into newspaper space it costs we will save our talk about the details is Zaring's Flour 45c The Best Made up I Why Buy Inferior Flours? JUST RECEIVED AN ORIGINAL STORY , Solid oak dresser $5.00, $6.00, $7.50 and up to $20.00. ; Solid oak bed room suits (not imitation) $15.00, $18.00 to $40.00. Quartered oak velour covered couches $8.50, $10.00 and $12.00. Koll seat quartered OAK or mahogany rockers $3.00 each. Stand tables 20x20 OAK, $1.00, others $1.50 to $6.00. Library tables 26x44 OAK $3.50 to $10.00. brass beds with 2 inch post, $10.00. With a 45 lb. felt mattress ,to fit it""at $5.00 each. $325.00 Pianos at agent's price for $200.00 on liberal terms. 9x12 Axminster rugs $15.00, 9x12 Brussels rug $10.00. 9x12 seamless velvets $20.00, 36x72 velvets $3.00. . A Large Line of New Clothing FALL AND WINTER STYLES You Can Buy the Same Quality SHOES for Less Money than Sold by Others r-- All Welcome! A Country Store in Town! Come in! RANGES $15.00, $17.50, $20.00 and $25.00. I'm $5.00 under on each in price and $5.00 over on each in Quality. BUGGIES steel tire, rubber top, $40.00. Rubber tire, leather top, $65.00. Best American Steel and Wire Go's, field fence 25c. per rod. ROOFING, heaviest quality v crimp 28 guage painted, $2.00 per square. " " " " galvanized, $3.25 " " "" " fertilizer lor wheat, good, 90c. per hundred. Best, $1.30 per hundred. Other bargains by the score. All 25c. mattings 20c. All 30c. mattings 25c. Phone 60 R. J. ENGLE, aro going to bo better than was expected in timo of the dry weather. OKLAHOMA. LETTER (Continued from first page) Berea, Ky. - r See "THE FURNITURE MAN" INTENSIVE FARMING Rye as a Cover Crop Cover croiw should bo grown la Kentucky much mora than they tiro. No matter In what section of tho Statu 0:10 may travul, ho may net) during tho winter many com and tobacco fields lying bare. Tho writer has scon many such fields lu ttn most fertilo sections of tho State us well as In tho poorest. To leave cultivated fields in this condition means grcnt loss. Tho fields wash, some ury badly, all of them some, unless they are absolutely level. The cultivation of the previous Eeuson has do- eloped available plant food that the crop did not use. Much of this may be lost by leaching. A cover crop will hind tho soil and prevent washing. It will uso up tho available plant food left by tho preceding crop. This will bo returned to tho soil whether tho cover crop is turned under or lwistured. Tho roota of tho cover rrop greatly improve tho physical condition of tho soil, especially is this true of rye. Fields of poor tilth aro sometimes put In good condition by oao ryo covor crop. Uye Is tho best crop for Kentucky. Tho Bocd is cheap. It wilt grow on a wldo variety of soils. It tuny bo sown 0 early as September first or as late ns November 1st. It will malco a better growth ou ioor soils than any oilier winter cover crop jet it responds to tho uso of fertilizers and manures. When 1 to C inches high it Is a most excellent pasture for pis, while in Its later stages It Is a splendid pasture for all animals. Tho remnants may bo turned under in time to prepare tho ground for tho next crop. Tim Experiment Station makes a practice of sowing ryo in tho corn ground. This Is pas- tured and tho ground then prepared for cowpcas or soy beans, which are planted, about Juno first. This crop comes oft in tlmo to glvo tho ground good preparation for wheat. Clover follows wheat. Uso two bushels ryo per acre, and put It in well. of Tho cover crop not only prevents washing, saves fertility, and provides pasture, but It adds humus to tha soil. Try rye as a cover crop If you havo not dono so. George Roberts, Agronomist, Ky. Experiment Station. stablo for this district at Squiro Hev. Moore's court last Tuesday. James Lunsford of Dreyfus has Just closed a protracted meeting at this place, which was a great' success. Ho received thirteen additions to tho R. H. CHRISMAN. church cloven by baptism and two by membership. Ho will also preach at Sycamoro tho Incoming year. Tuesday, tho 5th, was Squire Moore's court day at Climax. Geo. Richard-Bo- n is planning on moving to Leo EASTERN KENTUCKY County to inako his future home. (Continued from lint page Jerry Richardson's family ot Big Hill slon and baptism of soma lu Ururii were visiting relatives hero, SaturCreek, day and Sunday. Elsa Lunsford was near .Kouben Uallnger'a. Messrs. Isaac Hector, Grant York and over from Wildio, Sunday, to eeo McKlnlcy Hector were at Hlchmond homo folks. Hello Richardson and on business, Monday. Miss Arcny Ella Sparks were visiting Alllo Phil-HpFriday. Shear of Berea Is visiting relatives at Climax, this week. Llttlo Cecil IlOCKlOIll) Hector, son ot D. 0. and Susan Rec- tor Is poorly at present. Wo had a Rockford, Sept. 11. Wo ore having wind and hall storm on tho rld;e a lot of rain and plenty of mud as west ot Climax that damaged corn .road working has been going on ot crops considerably. Messrs. J. H. late. Miss BCulah Vlars of this placo McCracken aud Hardin Moore, our who has been sick so long Is ablo hustling merchants of Climax, aro to bo out again. A series of meetdoing lots of business. ings has just closed at the Baptist flOOCHLAMD church with 21 additions, 15 by exGoochland, Sept. 9. The church perience and baptism. Tho service house at this placo will bo dedicated was conducted principally by Bro. tho fourth Sunday. Rev. Jas. Luna-for- d Georgo Childress with other preachwill have charge of the service?. ing Brethren as helpers. There was There will also bev a froo dinner on a largo attendance and tho best of tho ground. All aro invited. Alllo behavior. Tho meeting closed with a Phillips visited at Doublellck, Wednes- total collection of $29.31. This seems day. Moses Anglln and family of to bo ono of. tho greatest revivals at Dlsputanta were visiting relatives this placo for several years. It in Goochland, Saturday and Sunday. f brought to mind tho days of old Levi Chas. and Ess Griffin of Evergreen Johnson. Millett cutting is tho go now whon thero is enough sunshine. passed thru, Tuesday, curoute to Wil-diMat Parker was appointed con- - Pastures aro looking well. Corn crops s, o. great diversity of crops iro raised including wheat, oats, corn, caffir corn and milo nialse. Alfalfa Is extensively and successfully grown hep and yields an average revenue of from ?S0 to $75 per aero; from thrco to four cuttings aro mado the dry est seasons. Alfalfa and boss havo created fat bank accounts for tho farmers and have put them in tho automobile class. No soli on earth will produco moro with tho same degree of labor than Garfield County. Farm land Is still selling at reasonable figures, when compared with other Btatos. Closo to the city, land brings $100 per acre, while a few miles out it can bo bought for from $25 to 50 per acre. For 1910 the census records a popo ulation of 13,799, not Including additions to tho city. If thesa aro Included tbo population is 15,009. 1'his is a growth of moro than 400 per cent over 1900, when thero were 3,331. All lines of city development havo kept pace with this wonderful growth. oiit-sld- Tho city is blessed with magnificent churches and a strong ministry, fifteen difforent donominatloua being represented. Churches, societies and clubs furnish entertainment of the highest social order. Enid has eleven graded ward schools with 5,000 .school children, and a high school costing 1200,000, graduates from which aro accepted in all colleges. Oklahoma Christian University, representing four states, is largely attended and rapidly growing. Ten railroad lines radiate from Enid in ten different directions, making her tho best distributing point in tho state. In addition to tho Rock Island main lino running North and South, thero aro the through trunk Fo from lines of tho Frisco-Sant- a St Louis to tho Pacific Coast, thus bringing Enid over threo hundred miles nearer .the growing trade ol tho Southwest than Kansas City. Chanco on a splendid Rubber-tir- e Buggy, Barbecue and good music all for what your presence at the Lot Sale. Is it worth while? Another big dividend payer is Sense common. Wall Street Journal. A Valuable Holding. PALACE MEAT MARKET . Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for, what you want and get what you call for. Highest market price paid for butter; eggs and chickens Kldd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets. Berea, Ky. U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. Seeding Wheat Often an illustration will bo more powerful than an argument. Wo ob- Berea National Bank. liul, ,.. THE m o these test plots aud that most soils need llmo even for wheat. For And there is a reason for It. many years complete ferterllzers havo been used and tho phosphorus in tbo torniulas as carried by tho phosphate rock being reduced with sulphuric acid cats up the llmo ot tho soil. This linvrt mmiiftd ,itwia,itinciia nlltl tintnull. iicld needs ro bo ovorcomo by tho usi Farmers should study their soils. ot llmo. Illch soils should have light It Is an easy matter to Ecnd a col- socdlng, poorer land ought to havo lective saniplo to tho stato agricul- moro seed sown. Our Countiy. tural experiment station, Perhaps a flold may nrod limo, or potash or Whenever you buy one lot you will phosphorus or humus or nitrogen aud be given privilege of taking the one not tho other elements and It would adjoining at the same price. Thus bo less expensive aud better tor tho securing a large lot If you desire. land If only what is needed is pur- lime-ston- served last fall a fanner sowing one bushel and u peck of clean wheat to the aero of rich potato land. Every sued camo up and a perfect mass of growth resulted, tho ground was covered. In tho spilug tao Held was a picture, but wheu t!u wheat shot out tho heads were small and heavy rulus and winds ma do it lodgo badly. Fully ono-hatlrt Tho wheat lay flat ou tho ground. result was a poor yield compared to 4B-angrowth of straw. If half thr seed had been sowed a larger head, better grain and heavier yield In good would have been secured. soli overy grain should stool out and inako from threo to twenty stal'cu. In tho field above mentioned tho land contained too much nitrogen. This is seldom tho caso in tbo comi ng most fields aro deficient In this Ingredient hut most of them lf k chased and applied than to row a N.I. 843.1. complete fertilizer, carrying all of Ueportur the condition of the llrrrnNntion.il llimk, nt llrrrn, In thotateot Kentucky Heit, 1, 1011. nt tho clo.oof contho Ingredients. A farmer could RESOCnCES. duct nn experiment station of bis $103,134 07 Loans nuil Discounts own all in ono field. Ono of tho cloS00 59 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured vers should furnish all the nitrogen 25.000 00 U. S. Bonds ta secure circulation a field should need. He could ap7,800 00 Hanking house, furniture and fixtures ply on ono section 'or strip agricul--3,000 00 Other real estate owned tural llmo, on another ground phos10.0SO 80 Duo from approved reserve Bgents phate rock, on a third ground 158 70 Checks and other cash items on a fourth pure ground raw 300 00 :. Notes of other Natioual Banks bono, on a fifth a mixture ot several 51 40 Fractional Paper Currency, Nickels, and Cents.. .. of tho ingredients except blakcd lime, Lawful Monet 'Reserve in Bank viz: alwuys bo applied by that should $0,012 35 Spocio Itself, and some tlmo before seeding. Legal.temler notes 412 00 7,024 35 Farmers will bo surprised - to find Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of what interesting results will follow llitio-stono, Do You Want to Buy a Good Blue Grass Form ? Do you want to buy a good building lot in Berea and do as others have done, build you a 1 circulation) Total Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided Profits, less Expenses-- and Taxes Natioual Bauk notes outstanding. . , Individual deposits subject to check Certified CheckB 1,250 00 104,000 00 00 14,000 00 807 07 paid.. 25,000 00 00,303 30 405 00 101,000 00 Total Stato of Kentucky, County of Madison, as: I, J. L. Gay, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemuly swear that the above Htatetuent is true to tho best of tny knowledge and belief. J. L. Gay, Cashier. CorrectAttest: Johu W. Welch, D. N. Welch, J. C. Coyle, Directors. ( Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of September, 1911- II. 0. Woolf, Notary Public liabilities f 25,000 comfortable home, educate your children and make a living? terms 'with easy payments, close around and convenient to Berea College ? It may be more convenient for you to buy some of the beautiful homes already built that I have for sale for my clients in Berea. Good v enough for anybody. I have plenty of Real Estate in Madison and adjoining Counties Tor sale at a price to suit any one, from $10 per acre to $150 per acre owing to the quality and location of the land. Think it over and write me what you want or call at my office and we will talk it over. REMEMBER WHAT I SAY, you will always get a square deal with Holiday If interested. CALL UPON OR ADDRESS, Or is it a common to medium farm you want at a moderate price for cither cash or NOW IS THE TIME TO GET BUSY The Best Qualities of hui-phur I havo largo farms, small fnrniH, good fanim mid poor fanim, costly farms nml clump funns for h1o. I havo a Hpeclnl farm for the man who wants to eml his children to xehool nt llena, Ky. It contain sixty acres lust outKhlo tho corporation, (rood House, kooci nam, line, com, boit, water In yard fenced with wire. Thin farm Is worth l,000 hut I con mill the Hamo to you now for H,000 on terms to suit. I aluo have a small farm cimtahilniroO um-s- loved, fairly good cottniro. houso, Hploiulhl Htoek. born, K"d orchard fenced with wlro foncu, In a good community, kcmI milo. If you want a good Hchool, Christum nml Baptist Church In homo now Is tho tlmo. I can sell you this placo for 1 1,600 cash. I feel sure I can nult you in any thlntf you may want In farm lands or town property In liorea, Ky. town property. 1 alno havo Hoiiio hoautlful 1 will noil you my resident property on North side Chestnut St. to High Ht. with an eight room, two story frame house good cistern 111x12 ft. barn and plenty of fruit trues. Come and so, call on or wrlto , Staple and - Fancy Groceries That the market can afford. Try a sack of our Lexington Cream Flour or Zarings Patent Flour, two of the best on the market. If we please you tell others; if not tell us. Main St. ' G. D. Room 4, Berea Bsnk & Trust Building HOLLIDAY . J. P. BICKNELL W. I. DOOLEY BEREA, KY. Berea, Ky. Berea, Ky. t Page Six THE CITIZEN "This It a wonderful thing yem tiara done, Mr. Orlmm," said Miss Thorne September 14, 1911 ' fsERIAL? STORY sult Re I at last Ji CJ ELUSIVE "Somehow," ho went on after a moIn D. C. U. ment, "I could ncvor associate a womPIiAOE Probably In Dabylon. aa la shown by tha close connection of Daniel wars an with destructirenesa, with t and S. and with violence." lel rnnSON-Danwaa probably SO By "That Is an unjust way of saying years old, aa thla event waa fit years after JACQUES FUTRELLE hla going to Ilabylon, In C04. and ho must It" abo Interposed. And then, musinghave been at leaat II years old at that I ly: "Isn't It odd that you and time. standing horo by the rail have In a Cyrus the Persian had just conquered way held the destinies of the whole the Itabylonlana. great earth In our hands? And now Darius the Mede, a viceroy ot Cyrus, temporary king of the new province, but your remark makes me feel that you at. KXTTMCK llltutnttu not In the line ot emperor Wings. peace and tho alone have stood for general good, and 1 for destruction In our last lesson wo stood by tho and evil." golden imago on tbe plains near Baby"I didn't mean that" Mr. Orlmm lon. We saw the crowds bowing said quickly. "You havo done your House. Motionless, moody, thoughtful, Mr. down before It while tbo herolo tbreo 3YN0PSIB. duty aa you saw it, and " Orlmm sat staring, staring straight stood up alone. Wo saw them cast "Failed!" she Interrupted. mbu-sudo- r, Count dl Rorlnt. the Italian "And I have done my duty as I saw ahead, comprehending none ot these Into tho flory furnace and wonderfully la at dinner with diplomat whrn things which lay before him aa In aummons htm to tha a. mesaang-adelivered. This was just after the deit" panorama. Instead, his memory was struction ot Jerusalem and greatest wliera a tieautlful young woman "And won!" she added. She smiled to tho embassy ball. for a ticket bluo-gradeportation ot exiles and treasures to 5aka ticket la tnada out In tha name of a little sadly. "I think, perhaps you conjuring up a pair ot subtle, eyes, now pleading, now coquet- Dabylon. They had reached Dabylon. taabel Thorne. Chief Campbell of and I might have been excellent tish, now frankly the, aecret service, an Mr. Ortmrn. hla defiant; two slim, They wero in tho fiery furoaco ot afdatectlva. i warned that a plot la friends It It had not been for all this." fcrrwlna; In Washington, and Qrlmm goo white, wonderful echo ol "I know wo should have," said Mr. f a pleasant, throatyhands; the splendid, fliction. Hla atto tha atata ball for Information. Thorne. laugh: a Orlmm, almost eagerly. "I wonder It tention la called to MUt Isabel At this point tbe thrco Jews, phantom. Tru.who with her companion, disappears. A. you will over forgive me for for V elusive, radiant-haireMcshach and Abed nego, were hot la heard and flenor Alvarei of the ly, a woman of mystery! Who was "Forgive your she repeated. Mexican legation, ta found wounded. preaching a sermon to the captives, Orlmm la aasured Hlaa Thorne did Hi he "There la nothing to forgive. Ono must this Isabel Thome who, for months heard all over tho empire "Do true yiilta her. demanding knowledge of the past, had been tho storm-cente- r and to your God, and your religion at any SsJr. and arraata Pletro Petrotlnnl. Mlaa do one's duty. Dut I wish It could directing mind of a vast International cost; yield to no seductions of idoland they have been otherwise." Thorne visits an old fttacuaa a wonderful experiment Fifty Intrigue which threatened the world atry, rjaeuaand dollar la stolen from the office The Statue of Liberty slid by, and and God will deliver you from t Benor Rodriguez, the minister from Governor's Island and Fort Hamilton; with war? Who, this remarkable your burning fiery furnace, as he has ytneauela, and whit detectlvea are young woman who with ease and asthe robbery Mlaa Thorne then. In tho distance, Sandy Hook surance commanded ambassadors and delivered us." It was preached at tbo aa a guest of the legation. Qrlmm psychological moment Heeuaee her of the theft : the money la light camo into view. played nations as pawns restored, but a new tnyatory occura In "I'm going to leave you here," said It waa beard by the Jews in PalesNow tbat she waa safely out ot the ti dUarpearance of Monsieur Bolasejrur Mr. Orlmm, and for tho first time tfce French ambassador. Elualre Miss country Mr. Orlmm had leisure ta tine four centuries later when they Ttjorne reappears, bearing a letter which there was a tense, strained note in his speculate. Upon him had devolved were persecuted by Antlocbus; but it enatea that the ambaaaador haa been kid- voice. naped and demanding ranaom. Tha amtho duty of blocking her plans, and waa needed oven more by the exiles In baaaador raturna and again atrangtly eyes had he had done so merciless alike ot his Dabylon; and would be worth an hunMiss Thome's blue-graLater he la rescued from an old tiotut In the suburbs. It la discovered grown mistily thoughtful: the words own feelings and of hers. Hesitation dred times moro to the Jows in the that Pletro Fetroxlnnl ahot Senor Alvarea startled her a little and she turned or evasion had never because it was occurred to him. tires ofAntlocbus.Nebuchadnezzar, true Md that ho la Prince d'Abruxxl. Qrlmm to face him. and figures In a mysterious Jail dellrory. Ha It was a thing to bo done, and he did in tbo tlrao of by orders both Mlaa Thorne and d'Abruxxl tho dellvcranco ot "It may be that you and I ahall It He wondered If Bhe had under- waa lived out to leave tha country. never meet again," Mr. Grimm went stood, there at the last beside the these captives a few years later. on. The end ot the exllo was drawing CHAPTER XIX. rail? He wondered If she knew the "We will meet again," she said struggle It bad cost him deliberately nigh, as foretold by Jeremiah. Tbe gravely. "When and where I don't to send her out of his life? Or had seventy years had nearly elapsed. Tbe By Wireless. even surmised that her expulsion king who was to bring tbelr deliverThey paused in the offlco, the three know, but it will come." "And perhaps then we may be from the country, by bis direct act ance was on tho throne. Tho captives of them, and while Miss Tborno was was wholly lacking In the exaltation i scattered all over the empire needed giving some Instructions as to her friends?" He was pleading now. "Why, we are friends now, aren't of triumph to him; that it stmck deep- to know this and to be prepared. Tbey 'baggage the prince went over to the telegraph booth and began to write a wo?" she asked, and again the smile er than that below the listless, official had felt tho horrors of the wars and message on a blank. Mr. Qrlmm ap- curled her scarlet lips. "Surely we exterior, into his personal happiness? rumors of wars, tbey had seen as it aro friends, aren't we?" peared at his elbow, And wondering, he knew that sho did were tbe stars falling from tho politi"We are," he declared positively. cal sky, as Dabylon and Nebuchad"No," he said. understand. As they started forward a revenue A silent shod waiter came and nezzar. Tbey needed to know that the "Cant I send a telegram It I llker cutter which had been holering about placed tho coffee things at his elbow. ot their redemption was drawing demanded the prince sharply. "No, nor a note, nor a letter, nor Sandy Hook put toward them, flying Ho didn't heed. The waiter poured !tlmo and to be prepared for It , comes In the event of our les-- , a and Inquiringly lifted a star you speak to any one," Mr. lump of sugar In tha silver tongs. StlU son. Darius. Cyrus, Daniel, known all Grimm Informed him quietly. Mr. Grimm didn't heed. At last the over tho empire, wero to present a re"Why, it's an outrage!" flamed the prince. waiter deposited the sugar on tha splendent light tbat would ahlno Into edge of tho tragiio saucer, and moved every comer of tho realm. Multitudes "It depends altogether on the viewaway as silently as ho had come. A of tho exiles must havo suffered for point, your Highness," Raid Mr. newspaper which Mr. Grimm had their religion, and they might feel that Qrlmm courteously. "If you will parplaced on the end of tbo table when God was not tbelr friend and helper don me I might suggest that it is he sat down, rattled a littlo as a If Daniel's experience always resulted needless to attract attention by your present attitude You may I say you breeze from tho open window caught favorably while theirs did not And may compel me to humiliate) you." It then the top sheet slid off and toll thoy needed a visible object lesson to the floor. Mr. Orlmm was still of tho delivering power of God to The prince glared at him angrily. "I staring out ot tbo window. 'mean handcuff you," Mr. Orlmm added their hope and faith for tbe Slowly the room behind him waa dellvcranco of their nation from tbo gratuitously. thinning of Its crowd as tho theater-boun- d "den of Hons" In which they had been "Handcuff mel" "I shouldn't hesitate, your Highness, diners went out in twos and living for almost soventy years. threes. The last of these disappeared It It was accessary." Daniel must havo been between finally, and savo for Mr. Orlmm there eighty and ninety years old at this After a moment Miss Thorne signiwere not more than a dozen poraons time. Ho had had many trials ot his fied her readiness, and they started out. At the door Mr. Grimm stopped left In the place. Thus for a few min- character and faithfulness. Ho was utes, and then the swinging doors an exllo from homo and natlvo land, and turned back to tho desk, as it leading from the street clicked, and among enemies to hla race and to his fltruck by some sudden thought, leaving them together. a gentleman entered. Ho glanced God. His natlvo land was desolate, around, as if seeking a seat near a his relatives scattered; his peoplo "Oh, Miss Thorne left a message tor window, then moved along In Mr. wero exiles amid many difficulties that came one," Mr. Orlmm was saying to Grlmm'a direction, between tho rows must have tested their faith to the utthe clerk. "She's decided it is unnecessary." lie turned and glanced 'Isn't It Odd That You and I Stand- of' tables. His gazo lingered on Mr. most But on tbo whole Daniel had toward her, and the clerk's eyes foling Here by the Rait Have, In a Orlmm tor an Instant and whon he been eminently successful, as ho was lowed his. "Please giro it to me." Way, Held the Destinies of the came opposite he stooped and picked worthy of success. He had maintained Whole Great Earth In Our Hands." up the fallen nowspaper sheet It was passed over without comhis high character. Ills courso had (TO BE CONTINUED.) ment. It was a sealed envelope adbeen ono ot almost unbroken prosperdressed to Mr. Ctirloa Wlnthrop Ran- some signal at her masthead. Slowly ity. Tho severe trials to which he bad kin. Mr. Orlram glanced at tho su- the great boat, on which they stodd FINE CHANCE FOR INVENTORS been subjected had hitherto resulted perscription, loro tho envelope into crept along, then tho clang of a bell only In raising him to higher honors tits and dropped It into a basket. A In the engine-roobrought her to a Urgent Demand for Telephone Booth and success. minute later ho was assisting Miss standstill, and the revenue cutter Sliding Door That Will Under Darius, Daniel was recognized Thorne and tho prince Into an Really Slide. aa a man ot groat ability and integcame alongside. mobile that was' waiting In front. As rity, and one who could be trusted im"I leave you here," Mr. Grimm said the car moved away two other auto- again. "It's goodby." Inventors are requested by suffering plicitly. Accordingly, he made him mobiles appeared from corners nearone of tbo three presidents over the "aood by," sho said sotUy. "Qood- - New Yorkers to exercise tbelr lngon' by and trailed along behind to the by, till wo meet once more." ity on a telephone booth sliding door 120 governors of as many provinces at&tlon. There a private compartmShe extended both hands Impulsive that will really slide. Heading tho pe- Into which tho kingdom was subdient-car waB in readiness for them. ly and he stood for an Instant staring tition Is tho namo of a woman who had vided. It was not long beforo the It was a long, dreary ride a ride Into the limpid gray eyes, then, turn a curlouo exporlence In a drug store other officers determined that In some of utter silence eavo for tho roar and ing, went below. From the revenue booth. way or other, by fair means or foul, clatter of tbo moving train. Mr. 'There are two booths In that store tboy would got rid of Daniel. he waved her as the band Orlmm, vigilant, Implacable, sat at cutter Lusltanla, amoving atagain, sped side by side," she said. "Thoy ore They brought Daniel, and cast him case; Miss Thorne, resigned to the great way. The prince joined Miss about as big as match boxes and are on her Into tho den of Hons. This wis acInevitable, wbatover It might be, open at the top so when there Is a studied tho calm, quiet face from be- Thome at the rail. Tho scowl was lull In stroet noises tbe conversation In cording to tbe Oriental custom on tbo ovonlng of tho samo day. Tbe story still on his face. neath drooping lids; and tho prlnco. "And now what?" be demandod each can be board in tbo other. One of tho den of Hons Is strictly In keepSullen, scowling, nervously wriggled In day when listening to a long and In- ing with Babylonian usages. Assur-baulpbis scat Philadelphia wag passed, abruptly. "This man has treated us teresting communication from thi says in bis annals, "Tho rest aa If we were a pair of children." amd Trcntou, and then tho dawn mas "He's a wonderful man," she re friend I bad called up, I beard a num- or tho peoplo I throw olive Into tho to break through the night. It In tho adjoining box ask for tbo midst of tho bulls and Hons, as Senwas quite light when tbey rolled Into plied. up town. nacherib, my grandfather, used to do." "That may bo but we have been ber of ourhoown tolophono you Jfersey City, Presently gl , Daniel from tho den ot lions said, said: "Can't "I'm sorry for all the inconrenlence tools to allow him to do all this." T" 3f course Centnl "My God hath sent his angel." Ho Miss Thorne turned flatly and faced them. Central I have caused," Mr. Grimm apologlxed couldn't get us, for I teamed afterward does not say whether tho angel was to Miss Thorne aa ho assisted her to him. was home, se visible or not. Tho winds and tho "We are not beaten yet" he said that sot even tbo maid alight, "You must be exhausted." bo rang off and left the booth. lightning aro Ood'a angels according slowly. "It all things go well we "IX it were only tbat!" she replied, "I was most anxious to detain hla to tbo psalmlct. But it is probable vlth a sllgbt Htnlle. "And Is It too 'Wo are not beaten yet" and learn bis message. I Insulted my artrly to ask where we are going?" Tho Lusltanla was rounding Mon- - friend tor life by saying: "I can't He- that he was visible to Daniel, as a The prince turned quickly at the tauk Point when the wireless brought len to any more now,' but might JuK manifest token ot the favor and proquestion. with a curt message: as well have let ber finish, for ) tection of God. bcr to Daniel declares that bo had been "Wo take the I.tialtanla for Liver"Isabel Tborno and Pletro Petro- - couldn't get out ot tbat booth. I pullpool at ten o'clock," said Mr. Orlmm zlnnl aboard Lusltanla wanted on war- ed and tugged at the door, but il faithful to Ood and hence Ood had to deliver him. It was God's t obligingly. "Meanwhile let's got some rants charging conspiracy. wouldn't budge. Fiually a drug clerk seen fit His coffee and a bite to eat." will tako tbem off, Intercepting you let me out, but tho man bad got away endorsement of his character. would have shown Ood's "Are you going to make the trip beyond Montauk Point. by tbat time and I don't know to tbli faithfulness blm to men, with mmV asked tho prince. "CAMPDEXU Secret Service." day who he was or what bo wanted ta power and commended , Mr, Orlmm shrugged bis shoulders. "What does that mean?" asked the tell us. Imagine having to go througt even If Daniel had died as a martyr. was an open decWeary and spiritless tbey went prince, bewildered. life with a mystery like that unsolved But the deliverance aboard the boat, and a little while means that tbe compact will be Tho telephone company cannot equli laration that Ood waa on Daniel's side. 'It later tbey steamed out into the stream signed In Washington In spite ot Mr, their 'jootbs with movable doors tc-- t Daniel bad been as true to his king as he bad been to his Ood. Faithfulthreaded tbelr way down the bay. Orlmm," and theie was the glitter of soon. I think." aad ness to Ood made him faithful to man. Miss Thome stood at tbo rail gating triumph lu her eyes. "With the aid ot There are faithful Daniels In every back upon the city they wero leaving. ono ot the maids In tho depot at JerLand of Small Farms. Egypt's land is for tbe moil part 41 town, crucified oa unseen crosses, Mr. Orlmm stood beside her; the sey City I managed to get a telegram 111 holding ot it9 homed with invisible flames, shut up Instruction to into rlece, ttill sullen, at scowling, sat ot explanation and and this U the De vtdedanupacre tosmall acre. la spiritual dens ot Hons. (Ire Foe la New York, re bait feet sway high-flun- ISABEL more marvelous thing than tbatT" and of Now York, he Indicated the "It's the most marvctous bit of mechanism in the world: the dynamo of tho western hemisphere. You would have destroyed It, because in the world-wa- r that would have been the first point of attack." She raised her eyebrows, but was sky-lin- "Thank yon," he said simply. "It was a destructive thing that you Intended to do. Did you ever see a aage." t An hour later a came along side, and they went aboard. tug-boa- suppose, to give weight to the mee signed Mr. CampbeTTe bbum Daniel in the Lion's Den May LKSflON QOLDHN Scaeel LtiM BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL DEPARTMENT OF BEREA COLLEGE (Tkc Citizen CHAPTER XX. far Seat 24, till Prints it a specmen of oar work.) - Spectaflr Arranged forThll Paper silent ir splashed At regular Intervals with light from electric arcs. Tbe early theater crowd was in the street; well dressed, well tod, caro-lcs- s for the moment of alt things save physical comfort and amusement; automobiles, carriages, cabs, cars flow ed past endtessly;and yet Mr. Orlmm saw naught ot It In the distance, at one end ot the avenuo the domo ot tha capital cleft tbe shadows of night, and a single light sparkled at Its apex; In tho other direction, at the loft of the treasury building which abruptly blocks the wide thoroughfare, were the shimmering windows ot the White The Light In the Dome. From where he sat, In a tiny alcove which jutted out and encroached upon the line of tho sldowalk, Mr. Orlmm looked down on Pennsylvania Avenue, tho central thread ot Washington, ever changing, always brilliant, TKXT-D- nll . TKXT "The angel of the Lord encampeth round about them that 14:7. fear him and delivered, thm."-rs- a. bly 11. C. 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Single handed It would take you months to seek out those interested in your line of business. An advertisement in this paper does the work instantaneously. it corrals the purchaser orings him to your store makes him buy things you advertised. tUopjrUM. twa. I ! r w. . UJ Enlarging Your Business If you arc in business and you want to make more money you will read every word we have to annually, and then carefully note the effect it has in increasing your volume of business; whether a 10, 20 or 30 per cent increase. If you watch this gain from year to you will become intensely interested in your advertising, and how you can make it en-lar- say. Arc you spending your money for advertising in haphazard fashion as if intended for charity, or do you advertise for direct results? Did you ever stop to think how your advertising can be made a s6urce of profit to you, and how its value can be measured in dollars and cents. If you have not, you are throwing money away. Advertising is a modern business necessity, but must e conducted on business principles. If you are not satisfied with your advertisjng you should set aside a certain amount of money to be spent your business. If you try this method we believe you will not want to let a single issue of this paper go to press without something from your store. We will be pleased to have you call on us, and wc will tako pleasure in explaining our annual contract for so many inches, and how it can be used in whatever amount that seems necessary to you. If you can sell goods over the counter we can also show you why this paper will best serve your interests when you want to reach the people of this community. i be-K- n Reading Matter Tho Right Kind of The homo news; the doings of the people In this town; the gossip of our own community, that's the first kind of reading matter you want. It is more important, more interesting to you than that given by the paper or magazine from tho outside world. It is the first reading matter you should buy. Each issue of this paper gives to you just what you will consider bait-spee- Tug-boa- The Right Kind ot Roadlng Matter 9r -- av- 'v; September 14, 1911 INFLUENCE OF A THE CITIZEN POOR SIRE Pae St r Tho fact that the aire la concerned with so many more Individual in a given scMon than a single mnro, makes It readily seen that his Influence Is much moro extensive. To Improve the horse stock of a gl-community through tho female line, COMBINE HAMES AND COLLAR for Instance, would require the use of fifty or more superior mares to acNebraska Man Invtntt Dtvlce Which complish the same results as might be secured by the uie of a single stalMay Be Adjutted to Different lion. 8lred Necks of Hortti. Purity of breeding Insures prepoMr. Charles Steckor of Waco, Neb., tency and since. In the gradlngup probaa recently Invented a dcvlco which cess the pure bred parent is usually proTldea a uniform combined collar the sire, It Is essential that be be of and bamea whereby to dlipenie vrlth such a character that the Impression the utual collar and hamcs, which which ho stamps upon his offspring may bo adjusted for different sited shall be only of the best. Defects lh atructure cannot bo offnecks, and which when In uie will set by type or breeding of tho high-es- t degree of excellency. A horse may be a superior Individual In a class by himself, but he must conform closely to tbo specified requirements of the type with which he should class. The Influence of sires In any community can readily be seen by observing the horses used In the fields, on the road and particularly In the homo markets of the cities. Certain states that have paid attention to now produce animals that can almost be told at a glance by dealers, without knowing lu advance, where thoy came from, so superior Is their quality. Other statea havo exactly tho reverse repuCombined Harriet and Collar. tation and as soon as n lot Is anprevent eorcness and chafing, equalize nounced, as coming from such a state, and fairly dlitrlbute the draft, and dealers will desert the sale ring. Horses coming from such localities which may be easily placed and removed, aaya the Scientific American. where farmers aro averse to paying a but prefer to use The Illustration ahowg the Improve- decent service-fee- , ment In the position It will occupy scrubs, aro of poor type, vnry widely when In use, and to remove It, It Is only necessary to release the free end of a strop from a buckle. This "ft free end may bo now withdrawn from sflsSSSsr I .jtT.,W'VMT- - I a loop and a rluir, when tho Improvement may be moved from tho horse's neck. No Injurious strain is brought to bear In any part, tho draft being equalized. off-prl- Live Stock Improvement In Types of Horses Bred on Our Farms of Qreatett Importance to Farmer. THREE SOURCES OF INCOME IN GROWING THE ORRlS PLANT One Acre Is Cupnblo of Root. 3,000 Dozen BEREA Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS What Are Your Talents? What Are Yoar Alms? .Berea Has the Training That is Best Per YOU. EJ cn Producing 4,000 Pounds of Dried Flowers ond 20,000 Small Roots for Planting After TIioso for Drying Have Been Gathered. cess, produco the standard crops with suo KANSAS HORSE IS KNOWING Animal Will Open Gate to Pasture by Pulling Out the Wooden Pin With His Teeth. Mr. owns great reasoning; powers. The barnyard Is separated from tho small pasture by a fence and gate. The gate Is fastened by a wooden pin and auger bolo In the gate post. When the a horse Thomas ltotkln, of Kansas, which he declares has tBy DR. C. A. OITCHKI.U Virginia.) The orris plant la a beautiful Iris. There aro of this species of plants 800 varletltes. Some of them bloom under the snow. Some grow In water. The flowers of some of them yield an Indelible liquid dye. Some of them have an exquisite perfume when in bloom. Ono of them Is the orris plant Its leaves aro long, thing, tough, wide in tbo mlddlo, and of a on each color. It produces, stem, several sweet and fragrant large white or bluo flowers In the early spring. The root, after being dried, possesses' n delicate perfume, wblcb has the peculiar character of permanency, the strength of the perfume Increasing with ago. For these tbo plant Is grown. Orris Is the commercial name for the dried root 'Perfumers and manufacturers of perfumed special' tlca use It powdered and granulated ts tho base of their products. It enters Into every face powder, tachet powder, tooth powder, violet powder and every other perfumed powder. It Imparts to tho perfume of theso powdors the quality of permanence. The scat of the foreign orris Industry Is around Florence and Vienna, In Italy, from whence most of the orris comes. Llko all the varieties of the lrts family, the roots grow" near the surface of tho soil, are tough and tenacious, so that the plant Is extremely hardy and easy of propagation. Tho plant will stand the roughest kind of treatment and still survive. While moisture Is good for It water standing Lbout the roots causes them to become soft and rot Manure, or any moist substance, produces a similar effect, and for this reason all manuring must be In the coll and before tho planting. When there Is a drought, however, the plant does not die. The roots He dormant during the dry spU, and when rain comes new shoots spring -r jr. up, and in a short time the plant Is fully revived. Wqoda that completely envelop esA "Grade" Shire Stallion. tablished plants do but little Injury, in color, form, size, and weight, and because the plant la a late fall and possess few qualities which fit them early spring grower. It grows after the weeds In the for long and useful service So important has been the Influence fall have died, and Is at It again In of scrub sires in some states, that the the spring before tho weeds appear. legislatures have been prevailed upon In a comparatively mild cllmato tbo to pass laws to Improve the situation. tops remain green throughout the enpale-green well-bred horse-breedin- are fond of It, nnd tho beauty of the plant, especially when In bloom, gives It an attraction for persons of taste and refinement t possesses three Tbo sources of Income for toe grower. An orris-plan- ' Women 4,000 aero Is capable of producing pounds of dried root, 3,000 dozen flowers and 20,000 small roots for planting after thoso for drying have been gathered. Tho value of theso products may exceed $2,000 per yrar. The plants are certainly tardy In our middle latitudes where they grow Aro you not far advanced! Thon enter the Her FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent will be placed with others llko yourself, under a special teacher, 'andsaalss most rapid progress. You will matter Arithmetic and the comtaeas branches and be ready to use them. You will have singing, drawing, farms One year In the Toss and household management and free dation School costs less than $90 and is worth $1,000. Are you aiming to be a teacher? Then join the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Hera you will be mm trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught how t text-book- teaeb. Tbe demand for Dcrca trained teachers tar exceeds the supply. Are you interested in earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marsh, Dean. Home Science. Mountain Agriculture. . Nursing. Woodwork and Carpentry. Business Course, Etc Printing and IT ere you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy dotaaj things in a superior manner. Are you desiring the next best thing to a College Course? Then toks two years or three years In the Dean. Tw GENERAL ACADEMY COUR8E, Francis E. Matheny, years, or three years, In such practical studies as will fit you for an boner-ab- le and useful life. You select your studies from such as these: Physiology the science ot health; Civics tho science ot government; Gramma Ethics tho science ot right tho art ot correct speech and letter-writinand wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence-Botany necessary for the doctor and interesting to every lady; Physics tho science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc. Do you wish to prepare to enter Collego? Start to the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Matheny,. Dean. Best training in Mathematics, Language,, Science and History. That s Academy has its own and Men's Dormitory, and a largo boijr ot students of high character and ability, able Instructors, and 'use of Oo lege Library and apparatus. Book-Bindin; class-room- Ji Berea College Orris Plant. on various types of soil, especially well, perhaps, on crave"? loams. They . - multiply rapidly and are propagated from the ends of rhizomes, the bulbs, which are cut off at the time the root Is dug for market The root not required for planting Is peeled, carefully drle'd, and powdered. d The College Itself stands apart from ail the other schools under Us mars agement and has long maintained the highest standards known la the; Boot. To conform to tho Carncglo standards we havo diminished oun former rs qulrements! Required and eloctlvo studies with opportunity to conceajratsi la particular lines. Largest collego library tax Kentucky. laboratories) equipped for student practice. Courses leading to the degrees o A. B, JL S, B. Lk, and B. Fed. MU8IC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Volco Culture, Piano, Theory Band, may be taken for special fees In connection with work la any ot to above schools. SUCCESS WITH MARCH PIGS Begin to Fatten November 1 on Corn, Applet and Milk Ready to Kill In Two Weeks. Among the many good points may be mentioned the following: It will thrive in the ope t field withwant out any protection In winter. We begin to fatten November 1. on A series of exhaustive tests at the The plant Is not injured by bugs or Indiana experiment station has dem- corn, corn fodder, apples and milk. moles; it has no fungous enemies. It wilt succeed on land too poor to onstrated beyond doubt that good Tbey are ready for killing about the silage used judiciously Is nn extreme- middle of November. ly desirable feed for sheep In winter. It hns an excellent effect upon the digestive system and upon the general health and thrift of the lambs. Ewes fed during the winter on rations including n liberal amount of silage gain Overhead Tank, Made of Galvanan average each winter of 20 pounds, ized Iron. Wilt b Found while those similarly fed without silOf Much Convenage gain only 15H pounds. Tbose reience. ceiving tho silage also cousumo more than 7 per cent less grain and over (Ily MltS. JOHN UPTON. New York.) cent less clover hay than those The greatest help in our home is Htalned exclusively upon dry feed. an overhead tank made of galvanized lFalso had a valuable effect upon the iron, four feet square, 2 Slnches high, To be profitable, sows must be sure flccco, tbose receiving allsgo having a which Is overv the kitchen sink. It breeders. slightly heavier coat of wool. Of the pipe running through the floor Examine the collars of your work haa a .you lot of fall lambs which, were flnlshod have to do is to turn the and all horses often. as hothouse lambs during tho spring The tank has an overflow Don't let the nursing sows run down faucet of 900 those fed on silage rations pipe provided. The sink has a cupcondition. many pons and were considerably fatter and better too much in tho sow for at least board where a great Da not disturb than the ones receiving dry rations. kettles can be stored away. farrowing. hours after It should not be assumed, however, 24 Don't feed tho xoung pigs intended Thin tank cost $7; pipe, fitting and that an undue amount of silage will $1.50; waste pipe, $1.60; total, for breeding purposes altogether on faucet, prove satisfactory In tho feeding ra$11.00. corn. tion. Extreme care should also bo obIn the kitchen Is also a stool to sit Ashes have good effoct on the pigs' served not to feed frozen or partially digestion, besides killing Intestinal on while preparing the vegetables, decayed altage or silage unusually Ironing, etc There are plenty of good worms. soap, clean towels our. Balance the ration up with horso may Intend to please cooking utensils, Your plenty of clover or alfalfa hay, or not understand your oa a towel rack near the sink. you, but does other good, palatable roughage and wishes. I have two emergency closets, ono "company," the other for sickness. dry groin, Don't neglect to commence feeding for I have one made from an old clock, the colts some grain before they are having removed the works and put In Ration for Young Porkers. weaned. draft breeding mare their place come sbulvoH and drawers. The hog grower of the future In The pure-tirepork production as a business propo- will do as much work as a grade, In the medicine cupboard Is always sition, and not using hogs merely as and her colt will be worth much more. a supply of absorbent cotton, olive oil, peroxide, witch hazel, liniscuvengera In tho field lot, mutt take Cold, exposed sleeping quarters llsterlne, cognizance of the fact that tho young that compel the sows to pile up in ment and good plasters. In the kitchen Is kept a box fastplga up to tbo age of six months need order to keep warm are usually retwo a growing and not a fattening ration, sponsible for the dead pigs at this ened on the wall with meat, large canned screws. In It Is canned and that their feeding must bo tem- time. soups, olives, canned vegetables, a box pered with judgment If you aro suspicious that some of cracker crumbs, your cattle are affected with tuber- of rolledjelly and anything elseseveral which culosis, the sooner you havo your herd kinds of Food for the Growing Calf. and made free from the trouble will serve to get a quick meal. rowing calves should have such tested The kitchen wood box la made In Fat Is not tho better It will be for your pocket-boofood as Insures growth. the wall, tbo wood being put In from needed in the dairy calf. The food In The box has a cushion outside. When you get a good brood sow, the winter ahould be clover, hay, oats or top and passes for a handy seat when always farrows a bran; bright straw may bo fed also, one thatstrong pigs and raises a large not In uso. and roots for variety. Keep the calves Utter of The bath room and sleeping apartbetter hold on to comfortable, summer and winter, and per cent, of them, continues hergood ments are uu the first floor. This as a natural re iier as long as the growth will follow taves the busy woman a great amount I work. sult n. JOHNSON, 1 nn.ylvnla.) I have best success with young pigs horse wants to enter the pasture be reaches over the fence, pulls the pin farrowed about the middle of March. out of tbo bolo with bis teeth, and When about a month old we wean then shoves tho gate open by the them and put them In a pen by themselves and feed on awcet skim milk. weight of his body. They learn to drink quickly. We add a little middling to tho FEEDING SILAGE TO SHEEP milk. About the first of May we turn the pigs Into the orchard on grass and Cxpsrlmfnts Have Shown It to Be clover pasture. We feed twice dally with bran and middlings mixed with Desirable for Animals During Wimilk or water, giving them all they nterMuch Care Needed. (By J. An Intelligent Animal. Sweet Corn. Qoldcn bantam sweet corn Is considered to be our best variety, so far as quality Is concerned. The ears are not large, but tbo sweet, tender kernels make It most desirable for the borne table. Corn of this variety may bo bad throughout the season by plant' Ing in succession. This ts a thoroughly practical plan and should be more tire winter. plantings are mads It makes two distinct growths each generally used. It there should be a year, sending up new shoots In both every two weeks ears in prime supply of con' fall and spring. The root formation Is constant After removing the regular and circular, new shoota and ditlon until frost early plantings, the the roots growing from the outer rim as fodder from bo used for turnips or can the plant Increases In size, and each groundlate crops. other Questions Answered Berea, Friend of Working Students. Berea College, with Its affiliate' schools, is not a money-makinInstitution. It requires certain fees, bwt it expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit of Its stav dents, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for student to earn and save In every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protest the character and reputation ot the young people. Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except thoso with parents in Berea live In Collego buildings. aasT assist in work ot boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except in whan tor it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their eV penses. Write to the Secretary .before coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is tho best, g root season'a growth remains attached to the growth of the previous season. At tho end of a year the small feeders attaching to the under sldo of the roots partially die. and this portion, after sending forth the flower stem, becomes suitable for drying. If not harvested It Is not lost, as It remains attached to the other parts of the plant by a small connecting Meaning of "Whoa." Some folks get so in the habit ot saying "Whoa!" to their horses when they do not mean It, that these faithful animals cannot tell when their masters do really mean to have them stop, so tbey keep going. When you say "Whoa!" mean It That Is the only wuy your horses have ot knowing what to do. Value of Mules, Some English farmers are paying ai high as $400 per pair for American mules, to send to the Argentine GREAT AID FOR FARMER'S WIFE iffT of time and strength. Let tbe rooms be cheerful and cozy, but cut out tbe and things which only catch tbe dust and make work. This overhead tank Is placed on the second floor In a bed room. Ab it is with matched lumber It covered serves as an excellent table for this room. Water Is supplied to this tank from tbe eave trough which runs Into one corner of he tank. Tbe overflow pipe Is located on one sldo of tbe tank and consists of a galvanized Iron pipe with a funnel about two Inches lower than tbe top ot tbe tank. This runs through the sldo of the house and has an elbow, then a straight pipe to conduct it to tbe ground and away from tbe bouse. At tbe opposite side of bric-a-bra- c but aa students must attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wrap and underclothing, umbrella and overshoes aro necessary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas assl other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSE8 are really below cost. The College asks no react for tho flno buildings In which students live, charging only enough roon rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding aaA towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1JG a week. In the taU. and $1.60 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing ot beading, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES aro two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc This is paid but once, and Is returned when tho student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for caro ot school buIleV lngs, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). Tbo Incidental Feo for most students is $5.00 a term, $6.00 in Academy and Normal, and $7.00 In CoU glate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by tho halt term. Installments are as follows: Vocational School. $ 6.00 . and Foundation FALL TERM Academy and Normal. $ COO 7.00 9.45 $22.45 0.45 $31.90 $31.40 $ 6.00 7.20 9.00 v College. $ TJt 7.6 ME-- Incidental Foe Room Board, 7 weeks Amount due Sept. 13, 1011 Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911... 6.60 9.46 $20.05 9.45 $29.60 ... $23.t .4 Total for term If paid In advance WINTER TERM '$29.00 $ COO $32,441 $3?. 7M 7 .& Incidental Fee Room Ard,6weeks Amount due Jan. 3. 1912 Board 6 weeks, due Feb. 14, 1912 8.00 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $28.60 $ 6.00 22.20 9.00 $31.20 $30.70 $ 6.00 6.00 6.75 $17.75 6.76 $24.50 $24.00 ' $23.20 9JD Total for term If paid In advance 8PRINQ TERM i '. $33Jr S3L7B. : $ Incidental See Room 7S C6 6.78 Board, 6 week 00 6.76 $15.75 6.76 $22.50 $22.00 Amount due March 27. 1912 Board 6 weeks, due Mar 1. 1912 $18.76 6.7 S $35'$30,041. - Total for term If paid In advance Overhead Tank. Plan Now, Come September 13th young man or young woman can pot an education at there Is tbo will to do so. It a great advantage to start in the Fall and have a full year ot continuous study. Many young people wasto time in tbe public schools golnr over and over the samo things, when they might be Improving much fatter by coming to Berea and starting in on new studies with souio ot the best young men and women from other rountles and States. Make your plans to came September 13tb. For Information or friendly advlco write to the Secretary. Any able-bodie- the tank and from the bottom la the pipe connecting with the kitchen sink. This sink Is provided wit.1! a strainer and drain pipe so that no water need be carried. The drain pipe carries all waste water away from tbe house. A Berea If fair-size- d tho the the the ranter for cash asks; "Whom does manure belong tot" My dear sir, manure bvlougs to the land and sooner you return it to the owner better citizen you are. Owner of Manure. D. Walter Morton, cereh. kv. Page Eight. 9 OOOOHOIUOOltOOltOOlt0ltOllOltOOKOOOKOOltOOOltO THE CITIZEN. S o X o o X o X o X o O' September 14, 19". I I ? ,1 o East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else He this weok. Mrs. Douglas Young Is very sick. ing Mrs. Alex Azblll, CLAY COUNTY Soxtons Creek, Sopt. 9. Several pec- plo from this community have gono to tho Baptist association on Red Bird. Mr. J. A. Hunter has gono to Oncdla to teach music Tho Teachers' association will meet at tho school house nt tho mouth of Austin, Saturday, Sept. ICth, for Eduai- tlonnl Division No. 3. Jas. Sarlol who has been living in Clark County for tho past two years moved back hero on tho 2nd. Jesse Baylor Is on tho sick list this week. The coplc of Anglln havo their church houso about completed. W. N. Burch and school vlblted Splvy school, Friday, tho 1st Earnest Baylor, Isaac and Ester Burch and llttlo Ells Smith aro reported as being sick. 8KXTONA CKKKH. eoTtiiHesct jsMUbe Iei i Ii nat Jot pbllcUo, bat Hu4 la fn ly rrl4et ot rx4 f tie wtlm. UH. Tie Write plilaly. tint H0H0H00H0H0H0l0H0HOHOHOO Ota000taO0MoM000M0M00M Garrard County Is vlsttlntr nt this to placo. Mrs. Pal Gabbard went JAUliaUW UUUXMLX MrKi:i: Sand Gap recently to seo tho ltttlo .McKoo, Sept 11. -- John Saticllln nnd son of J. B. Isaacs who has appenfamily of Middle, Ohio, visited .rel- dicitis. Mrs. Carllsta Seals, Mr. nnd atives In and about McKeo last vck. Mrs. W. M. McColtum visited Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Messier and MIbs Hill W. M. Morris at Birch Lick, Wednestook a pleasure trip to Irvine nnd day night. Mr. Geo. McCollum went Beattyvlllo, last week. Last Tuesday to Richmond last week on business. T. afternoon Messrs. J. 11. Hays, I CAUICO Medlock, Jas. Hamilton and Dr. J. V. Carlco, Sept. 11. Mrs. Artcr mot with a party of hunters Hnys continues very poorly. Mr. near the Indian Hock House. Each nnd Mrs. Orbln Smith visited tho party being prepared for camping and former's parents on Moorcs Creek gamo being plentiful they proceeded from Friday till Sunday. Ned to strlko ccmp in n large cavo known is doing a hustling business In ns Indian Itock house. They report our vicinity. Ho stayed over night n delightful time Sheriff Ltttlo, Jail- with S. R. Roberts, Saturday night. or Morris and Supt Davis attended Quite a number of tho citizens are tho Baptist Association at Pino Grove, attending Court at McKee, this week. Friday and Saturday. John Creech Tho protracted meeting is bcltw of Egypt was in town, Saturday, with held nt old Union church house by a load of watermelons. Squlro Smith Rev. Tussey. There was a good rain g nnd A. J. Shepherd of near 'Welch-burIn this section, Sunday, which caused were In town, Saturday, on busi- tho river to rlso. Mrs. S. A. Adkln-bo- n ness. Circuit Court convenes today was visiting friends here, Thurswith "Wm. Lewis on tho bench and day. Fodder pulling Is all tho go J. C. Cloyd representing tho Stnte. hero now. J. M. Roberts of Withers, ANNVILLK Co., was visiting his br'r been Rockcastle Annvillo. Sept 9 Wo have ther.iS. R. Roberts, Saturday night. having plenty of rain hero this Mr. nnd Mrs. John Shelton are atweek. Miss Susie Guinn and Ilosel-l- a tending Court nt McKee, also Mr. Koberts from Derca, who have nnd Mrs. John Summers are attendbeen visiting their cousin, Miss Mat-tl-o ing. S. R. Roberts started witli Medlock, returned home last Monsome of histles to Livingston, MonMedday accompanied by Miss Etta day. Willie Faubus has a very tft'l lock. Fred and W. F. Jonos were dew poison. Quito Saturday. Elden foot on account of In Annville last a number of folks are planning tp Davison called on friends here, Suntil go to tho big show at London, day afternoon. Berry LltUo visited 16th. Apple canning and drying arv Saturday, nnd relatives in McKec, Sunday all tho go now with the ladles. Annville, In friends Hurrah for The Citizen, all take tna Mr. and Mrs. DoIIolland-e- r, afternoon paper and get the news. Mrs. K. E. Worthington, Misses Jenny Nyland, and Mario Muyskens MADISON COUNTY are now Jiving lri the now dormitory. IIK! HILL. It is almost complete nnd will be .a Big Hill, Sept 4. We have been nt having some good raln3 hero for tho beautiful building. The school Lincoln Hall Academy Is progressing past woek. Mrs. J. u. Kicnaruson nicely. Three teachers, J. T. DeHol-lande- r, spent Saturday and Sunday with her Mario Muyskens and Mrs. E. parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Phillips. K. Worthington, about 70 In attendFarris Mnrcuin and wlfo went to ance. Miss Pearl Goodman and Leon- Cincinnati last week. The M. B. A. ard are attending school here. Mr. met Sept. 2nd and one more member Walter Medlock and Sara Welch from was annexed to the toclety nnd Irvine have gone on a drumming teveral more have made application The for membership. The picnic at Mal- trip through the mountains. Christian Endeavor will be led by lory Springs, Sunday, was qulto a Miss Molllo Johnston, Sunday night. success. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson's Mrs. Tilllo York and her sister, baby Is some better. Rev. J. W. Miss Susie Watson, are home from Parsons filled his regular appointtheir schools to attend the funeral of ment at Pilot Knob, Saturday an! their grandmother, Mrs. Martha L. Sunday. Wo havo Sunday school at Itoach, who was burlod last Friday. Pilot Knob church every Sunday Frank King who has been down morning at 9 o'clock. Prayer meetwith typhoid fever is able to be out ing every Saturday night. William again. Bob Johnson went to Wash- aicGuIre's son, Johnson, was acci ington, D. C. and Albert Is located dentally shot by Buz Jackson about at Devil's Slide, Utah. Kellcy Into week ago. They had started gram from Hamilton, O., is visiting an apple peeling, uoys ueware oi his father, Hiram Ingram. The guns. Mr. McGulre is improving slowTeachers' association tit this place, ly. It was thought for a while he Saturday, the 2nd, was a failure. not recover. Philip Hnys could B. F. Harris, a veterinary surgeon of suddenly turned sick last Saturday Barbourvllle was In this vicinity a when ho went to the table to eat, few' days fast week. Mrs. Mollle and has been sick ever since. Mr. Moore of McKeo is here at her old and Mrs. J. G. Harrison, and daugh home for a wagon load of apples. ter, Bess, spent Sunday with Mrs. Judge J. W. Mulllns is hauling hay Harrison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. from this vicinity to his homo In Hayes. McKee. J. H. Jones put his head 8ILVEK CIIF.KK under his new hay bailer to boo how Silver Creek, Sept. 11. Farmers uw it worked. He received a blow in the rejoicing over the nice rain. A. B. face that Inflicted a very painful Evorsole of White Hall was vlsltln wound. J. M. Morgan Is all smiles Geo. PIgg, this week. John Jones, over the arrival of a bouncing boy while making spokes, got his ankle In his home. Mother and little onu mashed very badly by a falling tree. are doing nicely. Born to Mr. and W. B. Lake was at Wildle last week Mrs. G. W. Miller, a girl baby, on uollverlng pictures and frames. Bro. rs. the Matilda Strong is Parsons filled his regular appointvery low with lung trouble. Her ment at Silver Creek, Sunday. Mr. former homo was In Rockcastle Co. Tom Baker of Red Lick visited John She is now at her fathers', W. M. Whlttmore, recently. Mrs. J. W. Vaughn's. Miss Lucy Vaughn is sick Johnson visited Mrs. Laura Spink at with fever. B. B. Reynolds pur- lierea, Tuesday. Miss Kizzlo Jacl.- chased a thoroughbred short horn ton returned home, Saturday, after male calf, flvo months old, weight u week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. COO pounds, that won first premium Mcllone. Good horses are sell In Laurel County fair. W. II. Rey- ing from $100 to f 150 in this part, nolds has Just completed tho beqt milk cows at $25 to $50, spring house in this section of tho country. calves at $8 to $15, fat hogs 7 cents, Miss Fay Moore has returned from common stock hogs cents wr Viva. Theo. Bales ot McWhorter hundred, fat cattle at 2XA to 4 inado a business trip to W. It. Rey- cents. nold's, Thursday. L. C. Mooro and KINGSTON his mother havo Just returned from Kingston, Sept. 9. Prof. Edwards u ten days visit In Leo County. Mr. and wife, and daughter, Carol ot DeHorbcrt King has Joined tho U. 8. rca and Mr. and Mrs. James Gllmoro army, and Is now at Columbus, Ohio. spent Sunday at Mr. John Lawson's. J. M. Morgan sold his farm to J. Polly McCollum of McKee, Ky., II. Mooro for J1G0. who has been visiting her cousin, UUHLKY Miss Suda Powell for tho past two Hurley, Sept. 9. Several from this weeks returned home, Friday. I. A. place are attending tho Association Bowman and son, Skid, are attendat Pine Orove which began tho 7th. ing the association at Pino Grove, 'Our regular church meeting days this week. Mrs. Geo. Moody sjwut havo been changed from the second Saturday and Sunday with her Saturday and Sunday to the ' third parents at Paint Lick. Married on In each month. Miss Lulla Gabbard Sept, 1, Mr. Samuel Alcorn and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gabbard, Jr., Fannie Jackson. Edward and Nellie are visiting the tatter's .sister, Mrs. Lawtson have returned from Garrard B. H. Colo at Pittsburg. Mr. and County where they havo been visitMrs. Evcndeo Arnold of Jelllco.Tenn., ing friends and relatives for tho are visiting at Grover Gabbard's. past week. Ora and Ethel Flanery, Mrs. Carllsta Seals of Parrot is with Jessie and Lydla Young and Polly Mc friends at this place for a few days Collum were the guests of Miss Suda this week. Most of the people are Powell, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. beginning work in their fodder. Corn Sandlln ot Germantown, Ohio, aro will be very good In this community. visiting relatives at this place. Miss Green Gabbard of Paint Lick Ethel Azblll of Richmond is visit el Mc-Ho- ne 6th.-nMAm-Lro- He leaves a wlfo nnd several children betides a host ot friends to mourn his loss. Sherman, Wade an.l HufordH tho threo sons of Mr. and Mrs, Jim Sparks arc very sick with typhoid fovcr. L. C. Fowler who Lw Leon very sick is ahlo to be out pain. Misses Mary Wilson, Roa and Molllo Arvlne, Mlnnlo Richardson nnd Katherlno Wngers, Mcss.m, Robert Wngers, Finlcy Potcrs, Willie Witt and Orr" ;o. nnlsoa tho guests V li. ., and Kato Moorcs... fjjudir?' Eldi'r reel win begin a series of meeting Sth. BAKING POWDER Absolutely Purm The onlv Baklncr Powder made frr)m Royal C rape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE Mrs. boy. ROYAL y: j -- A. Newman, Atlg. 31, a flno to tho head of Buffalo Crook squirrel Mrs. Sara Ilooney who has been hunting last week and killed threo d visiting her mother, Mrs. Rachel Bert-le- y tlno coons whllo there. John L. nnd daughter, Pearl, visited and other relatives ot this placo for sovernl weeks has returned to relatives on Cow Crock last Saturday Win. Allen, deputy her homo In Arkansas, Mr. nnd Mra. and Sunday, Irn Warren visited friends nnd rela sheriff ot Owsley County, died last Robert Clark Lodge No. C10 tives nt Pittsburg, last weok. Mrs. Snturday nt Richmond ot lirlgbts M., Soxtons Creek, Ky. Maggio Roso and children return- disease. Ho wns brought homo and Whereas, in tho course ot nature, ed to their homo in Ioulsvlllo nfter burled, Sunday, In tho Gilbert erave GARRARD COUNTY our beloved brother, John M. Hons-lcn tow weeks visit with relatives st ynrd at South Fork. There wan hns been called to hU reward, PAINT I.ICK. place. Mr. and Mrs. Tdm Gentry preaching nt Grassy Branch last Sa Therefore bo It resolved: That, ia Paint Lick, Sept. 10. Jas. Packard this visited Mr. Gentry's fnther at lintel urdsy nnd Sunday by Bro. Carde: the death ot our brother, tho loig) lost a fine cow last week. Causo unlloberts, tho pastor. 8lx wero baptized Patch, last week. has sustained tho Iocs of a member known. G. B. Gabbard returned and eight Joined. Tho next meeting ho, 'by his dally walk and eonvt. from J nek son County last week where will bo tho ccond Saturday in OctoOWSLEY COUNTY satlon, beautifully portrayed, In tin ho had been visiting relntlvcs. O. L. ber, nnd there will bo about twenty UICKTOWK unusal way, tho real truths ot Mas- Gabbard returned from a business Rlcctown, Sopt. 9. Tho drouth was to bo baptized. There aro over surdionry, tho loss of a fal'.li trip at Clovcland, Ohio, last week. ty member In Bro, Rrtxrt'i. church I ul, generous nnd loving father and Mrs. Kato Moody ot Texas who hns broken hero last week with u contlmi eel down pour which anted about 21 nt this place. Bro. Itoberts preached the community a good citizen. been visiting her sister, Mrs. II. I.. last Sunday on tho ltesurrtctlon and Resolved: That a copy of these Stowo, returned to her homo last hours. Crops aro better than wns expected considering such severe drouth, wo nro tflnd to say that It was an resolutions bo spread upon tho min- weok. Wo aro having plenty of rain Preparations are being mado to ablo sermon. Ilro. Roberts has Wn utes of this lodgo, n copy furnished and grass is looking flno. Mr. nnd a faithful soldier ever since he has tho 'family nnd n copy bo sent to tho Mrs. W(JJ Guinn aro visiting their build n dormitory at tho Social been po&tor of tho missionary BapPresbyterian College on Cow Creek. Masonic Homo Journal, and tho local son, Bert, near Louisville. Sevtirat npplo cuttings nnd bean tist church nt this place and has bean papers for publication. 8trlngtngs havo occurred In our vici- IKilntlng out tho way to Uiomi that S. S. Wolfe, LAUREL COUNTY nity within tho past few days. Mrs. aro living separato and apart from A. B. Howard, VIVA Roso Gabbard has been unable to do tho Master. Nathan Sparks; Viva, Sept. 11. Wo havo been anything on account of an ulcar on ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CoiumHe. good showers which will CLIMAX help everything, nltho crops aro short j her ankle. Jas. It. Gabbard has had ESTILL COUNTY Climax, Sopt. 9 Wo aro having in this vicinity on account ot dry a largo boll on his loft hand. Uros. W.UIKIISVII.I.K Wagcr8vllle, Sopt. 11. We are ha -- weather. Died, Sept. 3, Mr. Ted Olllo Johnson and Arnal Helton plenty of rnln at present and water !ng a lot of rain at present. To.,i Wnrron who wns 111 with rheumatism preached nt Sliter Mary Gabbard's, is restored to man and beast Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Leeger of Orlando hns a very Kldwcll died at his homo here tho at our last writing. Horn to Mr. and M. Helton are the parents ot a flno sick baby at this writing. Win. Cumbaby. Floyd Lucas, our teacher at ing who has been sick so long Is tho Esau school was at Levi, Friday still Improving. Georgo Toi was of our thrown by n mulo tho other day and nU?ht nnd Saturdays-Sever- al citizens aro attending tho Baptist wns badly tujuced. Arm broken and "A young go tp college because it enaAssociation being held nt Red Bird Injures about tho face. Thos. Oss bles him to make the most of himself and multiplies a In Clay County. Sherman How land j trom near Borra was In our midst of Will to Oak was hero a few' days tho other day trading horses with tho hundred fold his chances of success." ago buying cattle. W. II. Gabbard boys. Wo had a revival church mintH". Hoytrs. Henry wns nt Boonevllle, Monday, on bust- - ing at tho Christian church at Goochness. Mrs. Kntherlnc Callahan is very land last week which closed last Suti-ca- y sick at thbi writing. D. (1. Reynolds with eleven additions by confs- (Continued oo I'Uth !'(:) and Wm. Gabbard, of Cow Creek ceni school houoc, Monday night, Sept. 18th. Everybody Is Incited to coma out and hear hlni. Glen, tho 9 year old son of Mr- - and Mrs. Wado Wilson, died at his homo near here, Friday tho Sth after a few days Illness. Tho bereaved family has tho sympathy of tho entire community. Quite a number of men F. & A. and boys attended County Court nt I r vino, Monday. y, at Wngcrsvlllo T Oah-bar- hls-fan- illy 1 ' man-shoul- i Barbecue and Auction Sale 39 Choice Building Lots, Berea, Ky., SEPTEMBER 16, 39 SATURDAY, 1911, 10 O'CLOCK A. M. Having purchased the property on Prospect street, known as "Prospect Addition," located within one block of Main Street and two blocks from College Campus, we will subdivide into 39 choice Duilding lots and sell at public auction without reserve or by bid. "Young Man, Own a Spot of Ground Somewhere." Andrew Carnegie lots will be sold. Berea, the bright spot in Eastern Kentucky, is located on the main line of the L. C& N. Ry. in Madison county and is built on the dividing ridge between the Blue Grass and the Mountains. This thriving little city" of 1500 prosperous and happy citizens will gladly welcome into its border any good people who Berea is the home of Berea College should desire to purchase one' or more of these splendid building sites. which has made this city famous as an educational center and a good place in which to live. The future value of Berea property can best be judged by the past. It is a well known fact that in the last ten years both business and residence property in Berea has increased in value more than 400 per cent and in several instances as high as 700 per cent. This is not an exaggeration but is a simple statement oi facts. During the same period the population of Berea has increased more than 100 per cent. With these facts before you where could you expect to find a better place for a profitable investmentor a more desirable place tomake your home. Concrete sidewalks and citywater running the entire width of this property. . Often times on same day of sale lots exchange hands at handsome profits. Will you be the original purchaser or the one paying the profit? Every good American citizen should have an ambition to own at least his own home site. This opportunity will be given you on Saturday, September 16, when at public auction 39 choice building Rubber Tired Buggy - Barbecue - Good Music - Absolutely Free Q) A new Rubber Tired Buggy will be given away absolutely free. Each white person on the ground, whether he be a purchaser or not, will be given a free ticket which will entitle him to an equal chance on the Free Buggy. A Free for all Barbecue will be served in the shaded grove on the groiind. BAND CONCERT ALL DAY BY BEREA BRASS BAND Remember the A Date-Satur- day, O September 16, 1911, at 10 O'clock A. M. Come out, bring your friends and enjoy the day. We- - will Rubber Tired Buggy, Band Concert and Barbecue All Free. appreciate it; you will enjoy it. Louisville Real Estate & Development Company D. C. CLARK, Sales Manager -- I u 'Ybu aoy c ND T h on1 CLOTHlNo. thstta our way cyf illing your clothes lE Suosiion which SHIELD CLOTHING wonY .j. sn't'a clothes 1 bill to tha latter. r answer. .j. ifjoma in. lei us show vou"SHICLD BRAND" CLOTHING the clolhea you wevnt I- .j. .j. price you want to pay. - to buy cvt tha a R. W. BICKNELL, - - Booneville, Ky.